Its Coming; The iPhone 6S Has Entered Production With Record Shipments Expected

Ramish Zafar
Posted Jul 3, 2015
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As we enter into July, things have started to speed up on Apple’s iPhone 6S Duo, expected in September of this year. Several details surrounding Apple’s flagship smartphone have popped up, including an all new Cat. 6 LTE modem, Force Touch, a similar form factor, upgraded RAM and rest. In fact, we’ve even seen some images leak of what appears to be a pink iPhone, which should come as good news for all the ladies out there. And as we enter July, looks like the iPhone 6S Duo has entered production as well.

The iPhone 6S Duo Has Entered Production Claim Reports From Supply Chain

Apple’s chosen partners for manufacturing, Foxconn and Pegatron have reportedly started to produce the iPhone 6S and have started to receive components from supply chain sources as well. The source of this information is DigiTimes, which goes on to further claim that initial shipments of Apple’s 2015 flagship smartphones are expected to total at least 50 million. In fact, the Cupertino manufacturer and its partners expect shipments to significantly increase this year.

According to sources, 2015’s iPhone 6S Duo shipments are expected to reach around 240 million units, which would be a significant increase from last year’s shipments, which totaled around 190 million. This will not only further solidify Apple’s position in the smartphone world, but it will also help its supply chain partners to see an increase in orders and components moved. In fact, Pegatron, Zhen Ding, Flexium and Largan have continuously increased their production capabilities to accommodate more orders from Apple. Looks like Apple expects to have another strong year when it comes to the iPhone this time around. Things have started to get fierce in the flagship smartphone market over the past year or so, with Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Duo also proving to be quite popular. Stay tuned, we’ll keep you updated. And let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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