Liu said Foxconn is "currently" likely to ship 10% fewer products than it had planned, without specifying the time period. Supplies for "home economy products" are particularly constrained, he added, as the pandemic has driven a rush in such orders. By contrast, "the impact on the orders that were secured a long time ago is rather limited."
The shortage is likely to extend to at least the second quarter of next year, Liu said, citing research agencies.

This has an impact on anything, not only smartphones, consoles and PC-stuff. As nowadays everything is tech, from your toaster to your car, this shortage might impact, well, everything!

If you are still trying to cop a new GPU, good luck. The only way I see this to get any better in the short term is if the crypto-market crashes and miners start selling off their cards again. I'm happy I got my card when I did.