Although Digitimes has a mixed bag in terms of their track record, it has been pretty reliable in terms of supply chain reporting. It says Apple has boosted production of both iPhone 7 models by 10%.
The spike in production could mean Apple is more confident that it will sell more iPhone 7’s initially, or because of the more recent recall from its largest Android competitor, Samsung, on its Galaxy Note 7 line.
While the iPhone 7 will look similar to its iPhone 6s counterpart, there are tons of internal and exciting changes to look forward to, especially in the iPhone 7 Plus mode.
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