iPhone 11 Production Raised by Around 10 Percent

Apple is said to increase production of its iPhone 11 models by 8 million units, or about 10 percent, Nikkei Asian Review reported better than expected demand on Friday.

“Earlier, Apple was quite conservative about placing orders, which was lower than last year’s new iPhone,” Nikki was quoted as saying by a source.

“After the increase, the volume of production ready for the iPhone 11 series will be higher than last year”.

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Sources quoting Nikkei said the recent surge in iPhone orders is concentrated in the cheapest iPhone 11 model and iPhone 11 Pro 11 99,900 model, while Apple ordered for its top range model, the iPhone 11 Pro Max: 104,405 Has been modified slightly. The starting price is $ 1,099 (Rs. 1,09,900 in India).

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The newspaper also reported that suppliers remain cautious and say they were concerned that higher level orders would not be carried out.

An executive-level source said in the report, “Demand is good for now. But we have to be careful not to be too optimistic.” “I expect this year’s peak season to last longer than last year.”

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