Apple plans to make 30 percent more iPhone units in the first half of 2021: report


Apple plans to increase iPhone production by almost 30 percent to 96 million units in the first half of 2021, Japan’s financial daily Nikkei reported on Tuesday.

Quoting unnamed sources, Nikki Said The company has asked suppliers to produce between 95 million and 96 million IPhone Units. That goal is fresh IPhone 12 As well as older IPhone 11 And I know Models, but can be reduced by the shortage of key components industry.

Apple, The iPhone unit stopped disclosing sales data two years ago, did not respond to a Reuters request for comment, but the report comes at a time when analysts are discussing the possibility of ostu from the launch of 5G handsets.

The company, which saw the sharpest decline in handset sales in at least three years in October, expects iPhone revenue growth to be in single digits in the current quarter, the first of the 2021 fiscal year.

Shares of the company rose 3 percent to $ 125.44 (approximately Rs 9,200) in Tuesday morning trading.

Nikki Apple plans to build a total of 230 million iPhone models next year, a 20 percent increase from 2019, but will regularly review and revise the target in response to consumer demand.

Apple shares have successfully diversified its revenue streams over the past two years towards devices, services and a wide range of hardware, reducing reliance on the iPhone.

However, these phones have ushered in a new era for the company since the inception of the former Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs In 2007, only 40 percent of revenue.

The company is currently working on a new one Apple TV Prepares the model and the Aggressive 2021 production schedule for it MacBook Pro And IMac Pro, Nicky added.

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