iPhone 15 models have lower production rates than iPhone 14, according to suppliers

Cupertino, September 8, 2023

According to DigiTimes analyst Luke Lin, Apple suppliers will produce fewer iPhone 15 models in the second half of 2023 compared to iPhone 14 volumes produced in the same period. Lin reports that Apple has ordered a total of 80 million smartphones for the iPhone 15 series from the supply chain, compared to 90-100 million ordered for the iPhone 14 series the year before. The iPhone 15 Pro Max has the highest share within these orders, followed by the iPhone 15 Pro, the iPhone 15, and the iPhone 15 Plus. The report also states that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will come with a major price increase, expected to be announced during Apple's Wonderlust special event next week.

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