Apple will be launching the next generation of iPhone 14 series phones in the coming months, and it seems the company has high hopes for this line of devices. As per the latest reports, Apple has started trial production of the iPhone 14 series phones and expects the phones to sell more than their predecessors.
The report claims that trial production for the iPhone 14 lineup has started and the company plans to start mass production of the phone in August. This further adds that Apple has informed suppliers that the initial sales of the new iPhone 14 series will be higher than the iPhone 13 line that was launched last year.
Reporting from Gizmochina (14/7), sales expectations from Apple are in line with the speculations of market analysts. Many analysts believe that the next-generation iPhone series could outperform the mobile phone industry globally if major economies fall into recession.
Apple has seen good results in terms of sales even though the overall demand for phones seems to be declining. The company is still seeing good sales momentum for its iPhone 13 lineup, contrary to its track record of slowing iPhone sales from July in anticipation of the next-generation model.
It also mentioned that the price of the Apple iPhone 14 series could be $100 more expensive than its predecessor due to many factors, including rising raw material costs, supply constraints, and other economic reasons. There’s a chance the Cupertino-based tech giant won’t be raising prices, so we’ll have to wait a few months to find out for sure about the pricing details of the iPhone 14 series.