Just a couple of days ago, Apple was said to bring 200 Million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the market. It was the Taiwanese website Digitimes, that said that the Cupertino giant had asked its hardware partners to ready about 200-250 million units chips for the new devices. That was how the rumors about the massive number of sales target from Apple came into rumors.
It should be true, as new reports have now arrived that suggests Apple suppliers have delayed the production of a larger iPad to early next year. The report came from the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). Since the Cupertino giant is not getting much time to cater to the demand of the new iPhone 6 to a satisfactory limit, the production of the larger Apple slate has been delayed to next year.
Initially, the suppliers had planned to start producing the larger screen tablet in mass volume beginning in December, but have been struggling to produce enough new iPhones to keep up with demand, the WSJ said.
The popular news website further said that Foxconn Technology, which assembles iPhones and iPads, has 200,000 workers in China already putting together new iPhones and making items such as metal casings, the Journal said.
If you are not aware, Apple has already released a press invite for its new iPad and Mac launch on October 16.
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