Apple has reportedly informed its suppliers to set a target of producing 95 million units of the iPhone 14 considering much better sales expectations.
According to a recent report in the Taiwan Economic Times, Apple told suppliers to increase the production of a number of the iPhone 14 by 95 million units, a 5% increment from the company’s previous speculations.
The prior report suggested that Apple will ship 90 million units but now, the new decision has been taken considering that the upcoming iPhone 14 series will perform better than iPhone 13 series.
As suppliers have been trying to significantly increase component shipments, the mass production of this year’s entire iPhone lineup is expected to begin this month.
The iPhone series will debut with four models, including for the first time, the all-new 6.7-inch non-Pro iPhone 14 Max/Plus, which will have identical features to the regular model but in the size of Pro Max.
This year, only the Pro models will be powered by the newest A16 Bionic chip, 48MP primary censor, and front and Face ID in a new pill-shaped and punch-hole design.