Trial production of iPhone 14 will begin in August before it goes into mass production


A recent source claims that the iPhone 14 has begun trial production ahead of mass production next month, with the September release date in mind.

A new rumor from ITHome claims that preliminary production has begun, citing unnamed sources:

According to those familiar with the situation, Apple has begun testing the iPhone 14 and aims to begin full production in August. The first-year sales of the iPhone 14 are expected to be greater than those of the iPhone 13 last year, according to Apple’s supply chain.

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Besides the fact that the iPhone 14 has already begun trial production, Apple also predicts greater demand for the iPhone 14 when it launches than there was for the iPhone 13.

According to a number of reliable sources within the firm, Apple is planning to announce a plethora of new products in September, including the Apple Watch Series 8; new AirPods; and maybe additional M2 Mac updates.

Apple’s iPhone 14 is expected to have a similar look to the current model, along with enhancements to both its front and back cameras. The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to be a significant advance over the ordinary model, with speculators speculating about a 48MP camera, an always-on display, and a new hole-punch notch.

A new 6.7-inch iPhone “Max” with a larger display and battery but no Pro capabilities is likely to replace the “mini” iPhone as the only noteworthy modification to the normal iPhone lineup.

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