Apple Might Be planning to Sell More Than 200 Million iPhone 6, 6 Plus [Report]


While in India, Apple fans who are eagerly waiting to get their hands on tot heir new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, more rumors and news regarding the new smartphones are continuously hitting the webosphere.

To recall, Apple set a record breaking 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units within just 3 days after it was launched in the US. According to Forbes, Apple has already sold as many as 20 million iPhones till now. But if the new reports about the company's possible target is to be analyzed, then the aforementioned number would be far minimal.

Apple Might Be planning to Sell More Than 200 Million iPhone 6, 6 Plus


Speculations have now arrived suggesting that Apple is targeting to take a over the smartphone market with a massive number of units in making.

According to a report by Taiwanese website Digitimes, the Cupertino giant has asked its hardware partners to ready about 200-250 million units chips for the new devices. But these hardware doesn't only belong to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus but also Apple Watch.

Thus, it is said that out of the total number, at least 30-40 million will most probably be reserved for the production of Apple Watch, which will be launched early next year. The remaining chips are expected to be used in production of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Further, it is also said that this number is just for until Q1 of 2015.

However, the numbers are not confirmed by the company at the moment. You can check out the specs of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus here.

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