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The production rate of the iPhone 15 series will probably be lower than the iPhone 14 series

According to a new report, Apple has ordered fewer iPhone 15 series phones into its supply chain for production compared to the iPhone 14 series. This decrease in production seems to be due to the expected drop in demand for smartphones in the second half of 2023.

Currently, Apple’s supply chain companies are busy producing iPhone 15 series phones to be ready for a wide release in the coming fall. However, their production seems to be lower than in 2022.

Less production of the iPhone 15 series than the previous generation

according to Digitimes report, smartphone manufacturers are lowering their expectations for the production of these products and reducing their order levels for the second half of 2023. Apparently, one of these companies is Apple, which wants to produce fewer iPhones.

According to analyst Luke Lane, Apple ordered 80-90 million iPhone 15 series phones in August for the second half of 2023. This is while apparently in August 2022, Cupertinos had ordered 90 to 100 million phones from the iPhone 14 series. Therefore, we are facing a 10 million decrease in production.

In the iPhone 15 series, the largest production share goes to the Pro Max model. After that, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus account for the highest amount of production. Therefore, Apple has little hope for high sales of the iPhone 15 Plus.

In addition to reducing the amount of orders, apparently, Apple has divided the production order of the iPhone 15 series among the companies. While Foxconn was the only producer of iPhone Pro models last year, this year Luxshare has taken over part of iPhone 15 Pro Max production and Pegatron has taken over part of iPhone 15 Pro production. Of course, despite the decrease in orders for Pro models from Foxconn, the company will make more standard iPhones.

Apple will unveil the iPhone 15 series on September 21 (September 12) and we at Digiato will cover this event live.

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