Apple plans to produce 85 to 90 million units of the iPhone 15 series, most of which will likely be Pro models.
Apple is likely to unveil the iPhone 15 series phones in September this year. So far, various rumors have been published about these devices, such as a higher price than previous models and the presence of a 48-megapixel camera in all models. Now in new reports, it is said that Foxconn has started trial production of new iPhones in Zhengzhou, China.
It is expected that Apple will start accepting orders for the iPhone 15 series shortly after the announcement. The Cupertino giant expects these devices to be very popular, with sales reaching tens of millions of dollars in their first weeks of release. To meet this amount of demand, Apple has now started trial production of the iPhone 15 series, which is expected to have a short run, and mass production of the new phones will begin by the end of this month.
Apple’s goal: to produce 90 million iPhone 15 units
According to available reports, Apple plans to produce 85-90 million units of the iPhone 15 series, most of which will probably be Pro models. It is also said that Foxconn has increased the signing bonus of new employees in order to meet the production and supply needs of these devices. In addition to Foxconn, Shenzhen Luxshare Precision will also act as the second manufacturer of the new iPhone series.
The iPhone 15 family is expected to use a new design similar to the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models. Among these changes, we can mention the flat edges and titanium frame. The series is also likely to feature improved cameras, which could include a new 48-megapixel primary camera, a periscope telephoto lens, and a new autofocus selfie camera.
Apple is likely to equip the iPhone 15 series with the new A17 Bionic chip. If the rumors are true, this chip will be built based on TSMC’s 3nm process, which will nevertheless have better performance and performance compared to the A16 Bionic chip.