The new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus smartphone will be made official tomorrow and this years iPhone launch could be the company’s biggest smartphone launch to date.
Apple’s Christmas 2014 quarter was the company’s best quarter for iPhone sales to date and Apple could beat this with their new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus handsets this year.
According to a recent report. Apple has already places larger orders with its suppliers for the new iPhones ahead of this months launch.
The news comes in a report from Digitimes, who have said that Apple’s iPhone suppliers have received larger orders than they had expected for the new devices and components for the handsets.
Most suppliers have become more positive about shipments of the updated iPhone devices recently due to higher than expected orders from Apple, which were originally perceived to be affected by sluggish global economy and weakening smartphone demand in emerging markets, said the sources.
Apple is expected to out their new iPhones up for pre-order this Friday the 11th of September and the devices are expected to land in the stores the following Friday the 18th of September.
With the launch of the new iPhones, we could possibly see supply constraints of the devices in the first month or so, this normally happens with the launch of a new iPhone as demand for the devices usually outstrips supply and certain models are unavailable for a while.
Apple is expected to sell a record number of their new iPhones when they launch, China is expected to continue to be a big market for the company.
We will have more details on the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus smartphones when they are made official at Apple’s event tomorrow, the handsets will have a similar design to the iPhone 6 but will get a range of hardware updates.
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