Apple’s providers are going to start producing the components for 75 million new phones in the second half of 2019. It would be almost the same number as it was produced a year earlier. The volumes planned for the next iPhone launch cycle will signal stable demand for the firm’s main product, in spite of U.S.-China trade tensity and reduction in the smartphone market. The Cupertino, Californian technology corporation stopped disclosing shipment figures in the holiday quarter last year. According to analysts, Apple released from 70 to 80 million new iPhones in the second half of the last year.
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