Apple Handles Between 70 and 80 Million iPhone 6, According to WSJ


Slowly we approach the month of September, when Apple is expected to unveil the new and highly anticipated iPhone 6. All rumors indicate that we will face two almost equal but different size terminals:one 4.7-inch and 5.5 inches . The latter some sources had warned that he could not see the light this fall, but now The Wall Street Journal says otherwise and even dare to give more details.

The prestigious newspaper says Apple has ordered the production of 70 to 80 million iPhone 6 in total to be ready by 30 December, but need not be talking about how each model. Compared with the previous year, where the company asked 50 to 60 million iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, the figure is significantly higher. That’s right: the production has not begun: it is expected to do so over the next month. Is Apple still quite positive about the reception that the new terminal will?

Regarding the 5.5-inch iPhone, as mentioned, it is still not too clear that we will see in September. From the newspaper they claim that Apple is having difficulty in producing these large screens. In view of possible problems, and always according to the WSJ, the company has asked its suppliers to manufacture components 120 million iPhone later this year. Last year the figure was 90 million.

Via | WSJ