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Apple boosts iPhone 11 production

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Apple increased the order for the production of iPhone 11 by about 10%, that is, by 8 million units. Basically, the scaling of production affected the basic models of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, and the build volume of the iPhone 11 Pro Max even slightly decreased. It is reported by Nikkei Asia Review.

Contractors in the supply chain fear that the period of peak interest will not last long. In iPhone 11, in addition to the appearance of a second camera in addition to the main sensor and chipset updates compared to the iPhone XR, buyers are attracted by the reduced price: $ 699 at launch for iPhone 11 and $ 749 for iPhone XR.

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