More iPhone 6 rumors have arrived, and this time the focus has shifted from rumored specifications and features to the number of units that have been planned for the device. According to reports, Mobile component manufacturer Foxconn has announced that it expects to manufacture 90 million units of the massively rumored sixth version of Apple's popular iPhone this year.
As of now, the Cupertino-based technology giant is yet to announce the launch of iPhone 6. However, analysts have suggest that Apple next major heavyweight iPhone could be launched in Autumn this year. And while there's no telling how the launch event will eventually turn out to be, it is needed to be said that this is usually the time of the year when Apple unveils its handset offerings.
"Foxconn, world's leading manufacturer of computer components and systems, is expecting to manufacture 90 million units of the iPhone 6 from Apple in 2014. These orders are expected to land across the year," the official post for the same reads.
As of now, while the new device hasn't been acknowledged officially by the parent company, a steady stream of rumors and speculations related to the new iPhone has continued to flow in at regular intervals.
Among the boatload of rumors associated to the device, the new smartphone is likely to be powered via the iOS 8 platform and should be arriving in a gold shade, in addition to the basic colors, similar to the iPhone 5S.
But it still remains to be seen as to when Apple eventually decides to make its new device official and reveals what new features have been added to the device. Only time will tell.