Bloomberg: Apple wants to increase production of the iPhone 13 to 90 million units by the end of 2021

بلومبرگ: اپل می‌خواهد تولید آیفون ۱۳ تا پایان ۲۰۲۱ به ۹۰ میلیون دستگاه برسد

We have to wait for another two months for the unveiling of Apple’s latest iPhones, and the Cupertinos seem to have high hopes for their high sales, as a new report has asked suppliers to produce nearly 90 million iPhone 13 series by the end of 2021.

Bloomberg in His new report According to informed sources, Apple usually orders 75 million units for suppliers for the period of the introduction of new iPhones. However, this year it wants to increase production by 20% to 90 million units.

The main reason for this is Apple’s hope to sell new iPhones higher due to the expansion of vaccination in different countries. In addition, we are facing the second generation iPhone with 5G network support, and now this network is available in more countries, so maybe more users are looking to upgrade their device.

According to Bloomberg, the Apple iPhone 13 will have more changes than the iPhone 12, which entered the market with flat edges. The iPhone 13 (or iPhone 12S) series comes with the same dimensions as the previous generation, ie 5.4 to 6.7-inch screens and codenamed D63, D17, D16 and D64.

At least one of the new iPhone models uses an LTPO display that can provide users with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. We will see this feature for the first time on the iPhone, although Apple users have experienced it on the iPad Pro in the past. In addition, Apple is said to reduce the notch size of the series display.

The next generation of iPhones will come with an upgraded camera, and the dimensions of the camera module will also increase. These products are equipped with the A15 Bionic chip, which, despite maintaining 6 processing cores, will have higher power and speed than the A14 Bionic. According to Bloomberg, Apple is testing the iPhone without a touch ID and touch ID under the screen, but we should not wait for such a product in 2021.

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