Apple plans to produce new 90 million iPhone devices

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According to a recent report from The Wall Street Journal, Apple and its suppliers are planning to produce about 85 to 90 million next generation iPhone devices this year. If this information is correct, this would be a new record with sales of the iPhone.

Last year, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has brought resounding victory to this company. Many reports have noted there are about 70 to 80 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sold in 2014.


Overall, the forecasts for this year show that this company is very confident with the new generation iPhone. However, in fact, many analysts are concerned that iPhone sales in 2015 will be equivalent with last year.

Even, some analysts such as Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray site believe that Apple will have to receive decline about revenue in subsequent years. In other words, Apple will hardly create a miracle with the new generation iPhone like how it did with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.


Basing on the recent rumors about the iPhone 6S of Apple, many experts said that this is merely a legacy device rather than a breakthrough smartphone. Accordingly, the biggest improvements on the iPhone 6S is Force Touch screen ever used on Apple Watch, and the main camera for better image quality.

In general, many people still expect more to complete breakthough iPhone generation like the way Samsung did with the Galaxy S6 edge. However, it seems that the leaks are pretty accurate compared to reality, and the description of the new generation iPhone in 2015 will quite similar to previous rumors.

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