In an attempt to captalize Apple Inc. is reportedly preparing for a larger initial production run of its next iPhones, follow on from the successes that came attached to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. According to the a new report, The Wall Street Journal is not only adding sight to the speculation that manufacturing of the iPhone 6s began back in June in preperation for a fall alunch, but it’s also suggesting that Apple is planning a production run of record proportions for its next-generation smartphone, the iPhone 6s handsets in time for the official launch date later in the year.
If the numbers quoted in the article is to be believed then it seems that Apple could be looking to transfer 85 to 90 million iPhone 6s units during the final financial quarter of this year. Although the company has managed to hit the spot with consumers with the launch of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, were approximately made over 74.5 million units sale during the smae quarter of 2014. Success, coupled together with the potential integration of new features, has led Apple to believe that it can shift even more units of the new iPhone of 2015.
The next-generation hardware is expected to be visually identical to the iPhones that we already have and interact with on a daily basis and does look certain to be manufactured with a display complete with Apple’s Force Touch technology that is already present in the Apple Watch and latest range of Retina MacBooks. The iPhone 6s will certainly ship with dramatically improved rear camera components to serve up photography improvements to enthusiasts.
Surprising here is that to iPhone 6s in addition the lineup could be the existance of a new color option to compliment the Space Gray, Gold and Silver creations that already exist. Apple would continue with the gold theme by introducing a Rose Gold option that differs slightly from the existing gold color. Also suggesting that the additional color option with iPhone 6s could be more of a pink solution than rose gold punk. Survey already there claiming that the next iPhone could outsell its predecessors.
With production starting just last month, we should only expect that it September to see eaxctly what Apple has in store for us.
Thank’s to (Source: WSJ)