Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones in the fall, the direct successors to the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. These new iPhone 11 phones will be launched in early September. The sale is expected to begin at the end of the month, as is the case with any new iPhone, provided that there are no delays. Production plans are already under way, and Apple aims to produce around 75 million new iPhones in series production in the second half of the year, which is estimated to be in the second half of 2018.
Persons familiar with the matter have spoken about Bloomberg details about Apple's iPhone 11 plans. These figures seem to indicate that iPhone demand in the second half of the year should be healthy despite other factors that could affect the launch of the iPhone 1
Asian suppliers are preparing to ship spare parts for Apple's three upcoming iPhone 11 models, and Foxconn could ramp up production to 80 million new phones this year if needed. The manufacturer is already hiring extra workers for the season and is reportedly paying 10% more than last year.
Just because suppliers are ready to ramp up production does not mean that Apple sells so many new iPhones, the report said Apple could correct volumes in the future. Apple is no longer reporting iPhone sales, so we do not know exactly how many iPhones Apple will sell in the remaining two quarters of 2019. However, Apple's upcoming forecast will signal what Apple expects in terms of iPhone sales.
Bloomberg also cites figures from analysts who have closely followed the industry:
Jeff Pu of GF Securities estimates that shipments of newly released iPhones in the second half of the year will rise to 74 million an increase of about 7% corresponds to its estimate of 69 million last year, while the analyst of TF International, Ming-Chi Kuo, predicted that Apple in the second half of 2018 would sell 75 to 80 million new iPhones far from the double-digit growth figures of the past years.
The report adds that the new iPhone 11 models will be very similar in screen design to their predecessors. On the back, however, all three phones will have additional camera lenses: three for the premium iPhone 11 and 11 Max and two for the cheaper iPhone 11R.
Bloomberg then reaffirms what it has learned From a report from earlier this week that does not specify the source that the auxiliary camera is an ultra wide-angle lens, "with which the phone automatically Repair parts of an image that were originally cut out of a frame. "The additional sensor also allows for a larger zoom range. All three handsets will include faster A13 chips, developed by Apple but manufactured in series by TSMC.
A radical iPhone redesign is not expected until next year, when the 2020 iPhones also get 5G support and new AR cameras.