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Monday, 5 September 2016

Apple asked for more parts to make the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Last May came to light a report which said that Apple had ordered between 72 and 78 million units of the new iPhone in July 2016. This figure exceeded expectations and was a surprise at the time, and now Apple continues to surprise with an increase in the production of parts of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

Analysts Ming-Chi Kuo as KGI Values ​​have commented on more than one occasion that the iPhone 7 will have unattractive to users and smartphone sales this year will not be as great. However, in Apple they are very optimistic and are so confident that the iPhone 7 will be a success that would have ordered manufacture more parts for its two new flagships.

On the other hand, last week we mentioned in iPadizate that Apple might have problems starting at the beginning of the launch of the iPhone 7 stock . But the US company would be trying to avoid as much as possible, as shown in a new report published recently.

Apple is optimistic about the sales of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus

This latest report appeared on the network notes that Apple has ordered more parts and components suppliers, all items related to the two new iPhone models. Production of parts for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus would thus have increased by 10% the volume.

Possibly Apple has received a positive response from analysts and experts on the host is expected to have the changes to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Among these would be the dual - lens camera for the 5.5 - inch model, removing the 3.5mm headphone jack or the A10 chip Apple, which has obtained a big score in a Benchmark .

Finally, from PhoneArena they remember also talking about the possibility that both models of iPhone 7 are water resistant and have capacitive touch button. In addition, it is believed that take advantage to increase battery capacity and offer greater autonomy.

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