Previously, analysts said iPhone 12 sales would set a record. Apple was apparently encouraged by the resulting numbers, and the company decided to increase orders for the upcoming iPhone 13.
Apple has reportedly asked suppliers to increase production by 20% over the iPhone 12. The company expects record high demand for the iPhone 13. Apple is poised to buy more than 100 million A15 Bionic chips for smartphones.
Of course, there is a possibility that not all of these processors will go to the iPhone 13. Perhaps, Apple will keep some for other devices, for example, the sixth generation iPad mini. In addition, the 2022 iPhone SE may also be powered by A15 Bionic chips.
Be that as it may, most of the ordered processors will go to the iPhone 13 line. Sales are promising to be record-breaking.
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