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Apple lifts iPhone 11 production by 10%

Apple Inc has solicited providers to raise the creation of its iPhone 11 models by up to 8 million units, or about 10 percent, Nikkei Asian Review announced on Friday, referring to superior to anticipated interest.

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Sources referred to Nikkei stated that the ongoing flood in iPhone requests is packed in the least expensive iPhone 11 model and the iPhone 11 Pro model, while Apple has somewhat modified down requests for its top range model, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which has a beginning rate of $1,099.

The newspaper likewise announced that providers stay mindful and stated they were worried that the more elevated level of requests would not be continued.

Apple didn't react to a Reuters demand for comment.

The organization propelled its three new iPhone models in September and marked down the beginning rate of the model update, notwithstanding better cameras, to $699, contrasted with $749 for a year ago's iPhone XR.


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  • avatar-1233
    Mikeknowles
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    Weird, huh. I heard hundreds of voices shouting how there was nothing new about the then-upcoming iPhone except a horrible camera bump, and Apple would only have to make a dozen of them, because nobody would buy it. It's almost as if the "Apple is horrible and doomed" contingent don't know what they're talking about.

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    Fox.nick
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    Apple probably trying to get as many iPhone imported before the tariff.


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