Well add that to the long list of issues facing the semiconductor industry failing to meet demand that's also unprecedented.
Long term, I think we collectively need to start evaluating if this model of such a high demand for such fragile, ultra specialized supply chains is sustainable for the kind of growth we're seeing: maybe we just don't need millions upon millions of disposable mobile devices that end up in landfill and waste resources (Even if we recycle we can't get anywhere near 100% efficiency on it some of it it's just wasted)
So yeah I'll be the boring guy again and suggest we need regulation on planned obsolescence if we want semi conductor based products to have any kind of sustainable future.
Every time I hear the word "regulation" I get cold in my spine ... No, we don't need the state regulating the market, in fact, the less the better. I suggest being more conscious consumers, I live perfectly nowadays with my iphone 6S and my GTX 1070TI and my PS4.