Apple to postpone mass production of 2020 flagship iPhones. Apple is delaying its flagship iPhones’ production increase by about a month later this year as the coronavirus pandemic has weakened global market demand and disrupted manufacturing across Asia, the Wall Street Journal reported citing people familiar with the problem.
Apple to postpone mass production of 2020 flagship iPhones
Apple is moving ahead with plans to release four new iPhone models later this year, citing sources included in the article. The latest models will be allowed with 5G connectivity promising low response times and faster Internet access.
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Late March the Nikkei announced that Apple was planning to likely postpone the launch of the first 5G iPhones. Monday’s WSJ article added that Apple was cutting the number of handsets it plans to produce by as much as 20 percent in the second half of this year. The company, which usually unveils new iPhones earlier this month, launched a smaller iPhone priced at $399.
Apple did not respond immediately to a request for comment from Reuters.