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Bloomberg Confirms Production of New iPhones Will Begin in July, Sales in September

We can't get enough of the rumours when it comes to a new Apple product, but we still hate being light on confirmed...

Bloomberg Confirms Production of New iPhones Will Begin in July, Sales in September

We can't get enough of the rumours when it comes to a new Apple product, but we still hate being light on confirmed information. Yesterday we published a rumour sourced from Taiwan’s Economic Daily suggesting that Apple's supplier Foxconn is ramping up employees so that mass production of the new iPhones can begin in July. Bloomberg is confirming the buzz now.

 

Sources familiar with Apple's plans claim that two different sizes of iPhones will go into production as of next month, and both will go on the market in September. Although the 4.7-inch iPhone was speculated to go on sale in September, delays were anticipated for the 5.5-incher. The source says that both smartphones will be ready to hit the shelves at the same time, however.

 

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As Apple generates the biggest portion of its revenue from iPhone sales, the company's CEO, Tim Cook, is under the gun. Consumers prefer devices with larger screens, and several of Apple's competitors, such as Samsung Electronics, have already released their flagships with large displays. Apple knows they need to put their plans in motion.

 

The new iPhones are said to be bigger, rounder, and thinner than theirs predecessors, with enriched capabilities and functions. This confirmed tidbit makes us hungry for new rumours and leaked photos. Bring it!

 

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