Apple launched their iPhone 6 smartphone back in September, and demand for the handset has remained high. We previously heard that Foxconn had increase production of the iPhone 6 Plus to meet demand for the handset.
Now according to a recent report, another one of Apple’s suppliers, Pegatron, has increased production of the iPhone 6 to meet demand for the handset.
Pegatron have been producing the iPhone 6 for Apple, whilst Foxconn have been producing both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, and now it looks like Pegatron is also building the 6 Plus for Apple as well as Foxconn.
Local press reports suggest Apple may also tap Pegatron to produce the iPhone 6 Plus since Foxconn has been struggling to cope with demand. Pegatron officials did not comment directly on the media speculation.
This years iPhone launch of the 6 and 6 Plus was Apple’s most popular iPhone launch to date, and the company is expected to sell a record number of handsets before the end of the year.