The Cupertino giant has recently launched its iPhone 12 series, which packs 4 iPhones, all of them being 5G capable. This has already made headlines, and people like every other iPhone launch are waiting to get their hands-on with these new iPhones.
However, this time Apple could expect significant jump in iPhones sales this time and its primary reason could be 5G. Yes, the new iPhones are expected to deliver excellent 5G coverage which is the future of the next-gen cellular connectivity.
Although 5G is still on its way across the globe, new iPhone 12 series could be a reason for a lot of people to upgrade their old iPhones especially in countries like USA, China, South Korea and the European nations where 5G is already beaming high.
A recent report from Digitimes, confirms the fact that the shipments for the iPhone 12 series have a chance of hitting as many as 80 million units by the end of 2020. Foxconn, who is the major assembler for the iPhone 12 series, Apple shows its reliance on the Taiwanese ecosystem.
The Taiwanese PCB makers will supply almost 60% of the SLPs for these new iPhones. Foxconn has got bulk orders for the new iPhone 12 series and could expect the shipments for the new Apple iPhones to peak throughout the first quarter of 2021.
However, one of the key areas for the iPhone 12 series will obviously be China, the second-largest market for Apple after the US. The US-China trade war has already impacted China’s economy but has strengthened itself by being self-reliant; the only interesting thing that matters right now is how people react to the new iPhone 12 series.
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