For the second half of 2019, Apple's vendors want to produce components for 75 million iPhones. Apple is expected to have sold anywhere around 70 million to 80 million iPhones in H2 201
As the tradition before a new iPhone launch, Apple's key supplier Foxconn has increased the hiring of its factories in Shenzhen and allegedly pays workers 10% more than it did last year.
The company's Asian suppliers are giving up to turn out components for three new iPhone models to meet the demand for the holidays, the people said and asked not to be identified with reference to internal estimates.
Although Apple may have asked its suppliers to prepare 75 million iPhones, it does not mean the company expects to sell them all by the end of this year. Apple may ask its suppliers to adjust their output depending on demand based on the launch demand and hype around it – something they've done since the last two years. Nevertheless, the move to ask its suppliers to produce 75 million iPhones components is daring from Apple, due to the decline in the global smartphone market, the ongoing US-China commercial war and the relatively modest improvements that the iPhone 11 series is bringing to the table.
The 2019 11 Series from the iPhone will be powered by a new A13 chip. They want larger batteries to account for the new reverse wireless charging feature. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max sequel will also have a triple camera system that includes the addition of a new ultra-wide-angle camera. The front TrueDepth camera system will also get an upgrade and will be able to record slow motion movies. Apple will also attack 3D Touch from its iPhone 11 lineup in 2019. It will try to make up for it with a new taptic engine that will provide better haptic feedback.
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