Apple is one of the main smartphone manufacturers, being placed in second place in the ranking of world sales, and it should be noted that most of the best-selling smartphones are from the company and it does not want to slow down.
Apple wants to ramp up its iPhone 13 production to reach 90 million units before the end of 2021. Ahead of Apple’s expected release of the company’s next-generation iPhone next fall, a new report from Blomberg claims the company he believes there will be a great demand for his new iPhones and he doesn’t want to lose any sales until the end of the year, as it is one of the main sales seasons.
So the company asked manufacturers to prepare to produce up to 90 million new iPhones by 2021
The report notes that Apple’s request suggests that the company now expects a large increase in demand as the world begins to emerge from its strict restrictions due to COVID-19. So, if it is true that there was a great demand for electronics products when restrictions began to exist due to the coronavirus, it should be the same as restrictions cease to be a constant threat.
O AppleInsider says that, according to current market estimates, around 75 million iPhones were expected to be sold between launch and by the end of the year. If the report is really accurate, the increase in orders would be responsible for a whopping 20% increase, and it’s clear that Apple needs to have stock on the market so it doesn’t miss any potential sales.
In addition to the order volumes themselves, the report also confirms some hardware information for Apple’s new iPhone 13s that were released a few months ago by Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst who is always very considerate when disclosing information.
This year, Apple is expected to make several notable improvements to the iPhone 13 câmara camera. The new “Pro” models will likely feature an upgraded Ultra Wide camera lens with a wider f/1.8 aperture, a six-element lens and auto focus, with some rumors suggesting the Ultra Wide upgrade could come for all four models of the iPhone 13.
The sensor’s image stabilization is expected to be expanded across the entire iPhone lineup, introducing improvements in low-light performance and stabilization, with rumors that the feature is available for Pro models’ Wide and Ultra Wide lenses. that new iPhone models will also be able to record videos in portrait mode.
In addition, there are also claims that the iPhone 13 models will have astrophotography camera capabilities to capture the sky. This may involve a special mode that activates when the iPhone is pointed at the sky, allowing the device to detect the moon, stars and other artifacts and adjust the exposure to optimize a photo capture under these conditions.
If the rumors are accurate, all of these improvements will likely require a slightly larger camera, although individual lenses may protrude less from the device’s body.
Apple’s iPhone 13 lineup will be unveiled in the fall of 2021, with the company planning to return to its traditional September release deadline following last year’s iPhone 12 launch, later than usual due to the Covid pandemic. 19.