Apple’s supply chain could produce components for up to 75 million iPhones in the second half of 2019, roughly the same number of smartphones as in the same period last year. According to Bloomberg, Apple expects demand for iPhone to stabilize this year, after recent declines in unit sales, largely offset by increases in average prices.
At Apple These iPhone 11 mock-ups show what your camera system would look like on all models
According to Jeff Pu of GF Securities, shipments of newly launched iPhones are estimated to increase to 74 million in the second half, 7% more than last year, while TF International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that Apple would sell 75 million new smartphones this 2019.
Bloomberg clarifies that although suppliers are planning a production of 75 million units, **this does not mean that Apple will sell that amount***. However, it is said that suppliers can also increase production to 80 million units if demand requires it. As always, Apple will evaluate demand after the launch of the new iPhones and adjust production accordingly.
Recently Apple shared with you a video of the famous youtuber MKBHD, which shows how the models of the iPhone 11 of 2019 look like. There we can see that possibly the iPhone that will be launched this year would have a square with rounded corners that turns out to be bigger than Apple’s own apple logo, and that would house the main cameras of the team.
Of course, for now, everything that is known related to the launch of the iPhone 2019 is part of rumors, which have not been confirmed or denied by the company of the apple. September is coming and we will know what will happen with these devices.