Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Apple reduces iPhone 6S orders

Apple reduces iPhone 6S orders and iPhone 6S plus for the next period, the American company entering into a time of year in which sales after expenses is made by the whole world around the winter holidays.

According to sources inside the company's production chain, orders for the Apple iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus Terminal would be reduced by up to 30% in January-March, so we are talking about tens of millions of units which will no longer be produced during this time.

For the launch of iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus Apple commissioned between 65 million and 85 million units of the two products, orders and remain unchanged until 2016, but in the following period, the folks at Apple won't sell a lot of products.

This idea and having already a likely Terminal stock iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus which include some million units, the company Apple has no reason to order a large number of products because they don't sell them all in large quantities.

Apple Inc is expected to cut production of its latest iPhone models by about 30 percent in the January-March quarter, compared with its original plans, the Nikkei reported. As inventories of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have piled up since its launch last September, production will be scaled back to let dealers go through their current stock, the business daily reported.

Although this seems unlikely, Apple partners expect from April to June the number of terminals iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus ordered to grow, but then the world will wait for iPhone 7 launch won't rush out to buy the devices almost 1 year old.

Among the companies affected by the decision of Apple include Japan Display, LG Display, Sharp, Sony, Foxconn, Pegatron, TDK, Kyocera and many other manufacturers of components which you probably have not heard, they will return to big revenues fall.

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