The American Apple Corporation has asked suppliers to produce at least 75 million iPhone smartphones with 5G communication support, Bloomberg writes, citing sources.
“Apple has asked suppliers to produce at least 75 million iPhones with 5G by the end of the year, which is generally the same as last year’s release,” the agency writes. Sources familiar with the situation say that the company expects to deliver the next-generation iPhone at the level of up to 80 million units this year.
As expected, four new iPhone models will be released in October. It will be presented in different designs and sizes with the ability to support 5G connectivity. The Agency notes that a new iPad Air with an edge-to-edge screen like the iPad Pro, two new versions of the Apple Watch, headphones, and a smaller version of the HomePod speaker are also being prepared for release.
Apple, founded in 1976, manufactures personal and tablet computers, audio players, phones, smartwatches, and software.