Apple To Reduce iPhone Production In 2017 First Quarter: Report

December 30, 2016 11:33 pm2 commentsViews: 40

There are tons of rumors and leaks related to Apple and iPhone. In one of the new reports it is claimed the iDevice giant to slash down the production of iPhones in the first quarter of 2017 by 10 percent.

Earlier this year, during the quarter of January and March, Apple reduces the production of iPhones by about 30 percent.

According to Nikkei Asian Review the cuts in production are due to slowing sales of iPhones in the global market.

Meanwhile, it is reported three new models of iPhone will be launched in 2017. The two models, as we have in the current line up, are 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch phones. So, the third model could be sporting a 5-inch screen and it would come with dual-lens camera that is now found on the larger screen Plus model only.

It is also being rumored lately the new medium model would only boast higher-end specs as well as a brand new edge-to-edge OLED screen even though all the three to be equipped with identical technology.

The 2017 will be seen as a major overhaul by the company and experts believe the iPhones to attract more upgraders. It will be a “super cycle” based on rumors including OLED screens and wireless charging capability.

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