PlayStations and iPhones can be expensive, thanks to microchip shortages

Prices of popular gadgets such as PlayStations and iPhones may rise due to a lack of microchips caused by a “perfect storm” of coronavirus-driven demand, supply chain disruptions and trade war storage, experts warn. In the months after the pandemic hit, people stuck at home went on a spending spree to buy goods, including extra monitors, new computers and tablets – each running on key chips.

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