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10 of July, 10:17

Apple booked a record number of iPhone 6S
Apple ordered from enostavno a record number of new flagship smartphones that will go on sale in early September. About 90 million screens will be made before entering the market for the iPhone 6S.

As informs The Wall Street Journal, Apple is requested by 31 December this year to 90 million 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens. He was probably talking about the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.

For comparison, last year the company has ordered up to 80 million screens for the start of production of its own the latest iPhone, which, incidentally, sold 135,6 million, 43% higher than the characteristics of the last economic year.

According to newspaper information, the new iPhone will be found in the implementation of 18 September. "Apple" the company is preparing to change, as in the "stuffing" of new smartphones, and in their appearance. Namely, in the new phones will be installed a new touchpad - Force Touch. He will be able to recognize the strength and duration of depression. The development is now used in all outdoor models MacBook and Apple Watch.

iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will have the A9 processor, 2 GB of memory prompt and new PV modules with a resolution of 12 Megapixels. The case of the new line of smartphones will be made of aluminium alloy. But in addition to the already existing buildings silver, gold and "space gray" color, customers will be offered 4 new colors.

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