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Thursday, August 06, 2015

iPhone 5se, iPhone 7 Back-to-Back Release Date Hinted? Apple Gets Dual Suppliers for New Models

More rumours are pouring in with regards to the still mysterious 4-inch iPhone 5se.

This piece of information comes from DigiTimes sharing that Apple is bringing Taiwan-based manufacturer Wistron onboard as another supplier for the iPhone 5se. Foxconn will continue to lead production on VCAW510 the 4-inch iPhone as it has done with most of the iPhone variants in the past. Adding multiple suppliers to the mix reduces the risks and Apple followed a similar strategy with the iPhone 6S variants.

According to a report on PhoneArena, this will continue with the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 as well as the iPhone 7 Plus expected to be making an appearance in September 2016. Reportedly, the 000-450 manufacturing duties for the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 will be shared among Pegatron and Foxconn. And as for the iPhone 7 Plus, Wistron will be taking on the mammoth task along with Foxconn.

Take this tidbit with a pinch of salt until the D-day arrives. The iPhone 5se is expected to launch alongside the iPad Air 3 and new Apple Watch on March 15. And rumour has it that soon after the 70-346 unveiling, the new Apple products will hit stores on March 18.

Contrary reports have surfaced surrounding the iPhone 5se. To begin with, it may not be called the iPhone 5se upon launch. It is also being widely accepted that the 4-inch handset may sport an all-metal body, looking quite like the iPhone 6 range and come powered by an A8 or an A9 processor (most likely).

As per previous reports, the device may not possess the 3D 050-701 touch feature. However, it sure sounds like a neat upgrade from the iPhone 5c and may arrive with Always-On Siri and in 32GB and 64GB capacities.

Apple fans can keep coming back for more updates, speculations, rumours and leaks on the upcoming flagship from the stables of the Cupertino tech giant.

Though Apple in recent years has gotten a much better handle on iPhone supply issues when a new model is released, initial availability of the iPhone 7 may be constrained for reasons beyond the company’s control.

According to a new report from Digitimes, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake which hit Taiwan earlier in the month may have caused far greater damage to TSMC manufacturing facilities than initially believed. TSMC 70-463 of course is one of Apple’s Ax processor suppliers and, according to a report which surfaced SD0-302 last week, will be the sole supplier of the iPhone 7’s A10 chips.

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Initially, TSMC indicated that the earthquake would only result in about a 1% decrease in production in 2016. Now, after inspecting the damage more closely, the company has indicated that the resulting impact on production will actually be greater than first anticipated.

With iPhone sales in 2016 set to decline for the first time in history, there’s no doubt 6002.1 that the pressure is on Apple to deliver a homerun with the iPhone 7. If there’s a resulting bottleneck with iPhone production due to A10 supply issues, it’ll be interesting to see if Apple might tap Samsung to pick up the slack. The only potential glitch to that plan is that Apple is reportedly impressed with TSMC’s 10-nanometer manufacturing process not to mention the company’s InFO architecture which will make for smaller and lighter chips, factors which may make a Samsung backup plan unfeasible in this case.

The Ukrainian designer's design concept is presented on his page on the website  Another design change is replacing the standard 3.5mm headphone jack with a Lightning based audio input and adding 000-619 another speaker in the place where the headphone jack currently resides. According to MacRumors, citing a Barclays analyst report, Apple would also introduce noise cancellation technology using technology from Cirrus Logic.

In recent months, Apple's stick has slumped. However, not everyone's
outlook is bleak for the iPhone 7. For example, a survey from Bank of
America Merrill Lynch has found that VCPVCD510 it will be high demand for the
iPhone 7, even so much demand that it could negatively affect iPhone 6s