iPhone 7 Orders Could Be Between 72-78 Million Units: Much Higher Than What Analysts Expected
iPhone 7 is actually being viewed by supply chains as a very popular smartphone for the year, and perhaps the years that come after this. In fact, the statistics report suggest that the number of units Apple plans to ship out is much, much higher than what analysts had predicted in the first place.
Apple’s iPhone 7 Reported To Ship Out Between 72-78 Million Handset Units: Foxconn Being The Primary Manufacturer
Foxconn is going to remain the chief manufacturer of iPhone 7, and it appears that the factory workers are going to have their work cut out for them. Despite the fact that Apple intends on shipping out between 72-78 million units, it does not report if this also includes, the 5.5-inch handset, iPhone 7 Pro (or Plus, depending on what you to call it).
In addition to featuring 3GB of LPDD4 RAM, yesterday, we gained further insight that an iPhone 7 would receive a storage upgrade, and we have other reasons to be happy as well. It is possible that iPhone 7 will feature a touch-sensitive home button, along with a waterproof chassis. The last time a feature like this was reported, details were extremely scarce, other than the fact that there was going to be a rubber seal present at the outline of the smartphone body in order to prevent water from seeping, which is kind of like what you see in GoPro waterproof housings.
One huge upgrade that we are expecting from the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 is that is expected to come with a 3,100mAh battery, which is huge even by Apple standards, along with an on-board storage increased to 256GB. We expect that 256GB will be nice little upgrade for those who have capped their 128GB internal memory (for a premium price obviously).
iPhone 7 could also have a ‘bezel-less’ display, and both this and the upcoming 5.5-inch phablet are expected to be even more appealing than their previous generation counterparts. Moreover, the upcoming products are expected to be incorporated with EMI shielding technology, which is one of the contributors why your phone dies on you at a quicker pace.
Do you guys feel that iPhone 7 is going to be a game changer in upping the revenues for the tech giant, or are there way too many units being produced that could go to waste in the near future? Let us know your thoughts right away.