Beware Samsung, Apple is planning ferocious iPhone 6s campaign
90 million: The record amount of brand new iPhone 6s units Apple plans to unleash into the industry from September 2015.
According to sources with knowledge of the matter, the iOS and Macintosh producer has asked suppliers to manufacture between 85 to 90 million units of Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus displays.
Interestingly, Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has ordered more 4.7-inch LCDs for the iPhone 6s than 5.5-inch touchscreens to be used in the larger, phablet-sized “Plus” model.
If you compare this piece of information with last year’s scenario where Apple ordered pre-ordered 60 to 70 million units, it becomes clear that Cupertino is heading for another record iPhone sales this time, at least according to their own estimations.
The most interesting feature we are going to see in this year’s iPhone model is perhaps Force Touch, a technology that allows the screen to notice a light tap and know when a user applies force in pressing the touchscreen.
The flagships are expected to break cover at some point in September. The iOS 9-running smartphones reportedly feature more camera pixels and bigger RAM capacity, as well as larger battery and improved battery life.
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