Nikkei: iPhone 12 Mass Production Starting Later This Month, AirTags Production Already in Full Swing
Of the four 5G devices Apple plans to launch this year, production starts with a 6.1-inch OLED dual-lens camera, which reportedly accounts for about 40% of product orders for Apple’s iPhone 12 line. NikeSources.
This model is expected to be replaced iPhone 11, It is said The single most popular smartphone This year. Apple is preparing to launch a small 5.4-inch model, a 6.1-inch 6.1-inch triple lens camera and a 6.7-inch model. iPhone Still.
Nike Apple has ordered 80 million components for the 5G iPhone, but its actual production is expected to be between 73 and 74 million this year, with the rest postponed to early 2021.
However, in terms of income it does not appear to be a significant problem. However, in the period from September to December, Apple was able to place 27 million product orders for the new iPad, which is the highest of all. iPad Models (new and old) were produced in the second half of last year.
The healthy demand for the iPad as an iPad is said to have led to a significant increase in distance work and distance learning in the current global health crisis.
In addition, Nike Apple claims to have already begun mass production Air tags, The rumored new tile-like Bluetooth tracking device designed to connect with items such as keys and wallets. According to the latest ‘Air Tags’ rumor on the Japanese website Mac camel, IPhone 12 ‘and’ Air Tags’ will be introduced with Apple Apple Watch Grade 6 to take place Held in late October.
On weekends, frequent leaks John Proser It has been said A press release from 9.00am today states that Apple is targeting. Froser had previously said that the new iPad and Apple Watch models are scheduled to launch in the week of September 7th.
The processor has been around ever since Double down On that claim. BloombergOwned by Mark Gurman Leave some doubt Rumor has it, however, that any news today will be an announcement of a virtual media event for the next iPhone and Apple Watch launch.