Apple is called to prepare 75 million units of the 5G iPhone

KOMPAS.com – Apple has not introduced iPhone 5Gto the public. However, Apple is said to be preparing 75 million iPhone 5G devices by the end of 2020.

According to sources close to this, Apple has asked vendors and suppliers to produce 5G iPhones in this amount. This was done in anticipation of the huge demand for the iPhone 5G.

Sources say, Apple predicts the next generation iPhone will receive a large demand and the number of shipments could reach 80 million units by 2020.

The prediction for this supply amount is the same as the amount that Apple prepared in 2019.

Some time ago, the iPhone manufacturer based in China, Foxconn, has also been increasingly diligent in recruiting employees to work at the iPhone assembler factory located in Zhengzhou city.

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It is possible that the job opening is related to Apple’s target to produce 5G iPhones in large numbers.

Apple itself is predicted to release at least four iPhone models in the near future.

It is not certain whether the four models will support the 5G network, or only one of the models.

It is said that the four iPhone models will have a different design from the previous generation and have a wider choice of screen sizes.

Summarized KompasTekno from Bloomberg, Friday (4/9/2020), the four models consist of iPhone 12 with a screen size of 5.4 inches and 6.1 inches, iPhone 12 Pro with a screen size of 6.1 inches, and iPhone Pro Max with a screen size of 6.7 inches. .

Also read: Launch of iPhone 12 Breaks Apple’s Annual Traditions?

Other rumors circulating also say that Apple will release the iPhone 12 line in stages. Starting from the first two devices and followed by the next two devices.

Two products that are predicted to launch first are the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. Meanwhile, the other two models are said to have launched a few weeks later.

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