According to a new report from Wall Street Journal, Apple is planning on producing a record number of units of its upcoming iPhone revision, commonly referred to as ‘iPhone 6s,’ indicating that the fruit company is putting hight hopes into its upcoming “S”-upgrade to the current iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
This new report from Wall Street Journal reiterates a report published in late June which seemingly confirmed that Apple had begun production of iPhone 6s. The Journal also adds few more interesting details to the mix as well. The report indicated that Apple is planning to manufacture 90 million units of iPhone 6s by the end of the year. The company believes that even an “S” upgrade won’t hold back sales this time around, reports WSJ.
Ordering 90 million units of upcoming iPhone suggests that the company apparently believed that an iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus with better processor, new color options, and Force Touch technology for sensing the pressure, should prove massively popular.
Interestingly, the report from WSJ also indicates that next-generation iPhones will come in a new color option with the now-standard, Silver, Space Gray, and Gold option, but didn’t mention what that color will be. Some rumors have suggested that iPhone 6s could come in “Rose Gold” option while others emphasized on a shade of pink.
iPhone 6s is widely rumored and reported to feature Force Touch display technology that senses finger pressure, A9 processor, 2GB or RAM, 12 MP camera with 4K video recording, and a design similar to an iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Are you excited for the upcoming “S” upgrade of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s Plus?
[via The Wall Street Journal]