iPhone 14 production begins already! And Apple says sales will be MUCH higher

Trial production of the iPhone 14 has begun and could go into commercial production in August. Here’s everything you need to know.

According to the latest reports, iPhone 14 has just reached trial production. The iPhone 14 series is said to have undergone trial production and if all goes well, Apple could begin commercial production in August. That would give Apple enough time to get the stock ready for a launch sometime in late September. The iPhone 14 series is expected to come with four models this time, all of which will include an iPhone 14, a new 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus/Max, an iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

In addition, Apple has apparently informed its suppliers that there will be a huge demand for the iPhone 14 once it launches. It is even said that sales of the iPhone 14 are expected to surpass sales of the iPhone 13, which itself had a strong start in 2021. This all sounds surprising when the market is full of rumors suggesting the iPhone 14 will have fewer upgrades than the iPhone 13 and could cost $100 more due to inflation.

iPhone 14 will sell MORE than iPhone 13

The IT Home report also suggests that analysts expect Apple to see better sales performance this year as the global economy slides into recession. “Apple is targeting the high-end smartphone market, and analysts believe inflation in basic commodities such as food and fuel will have less of an impact on Apple’s relatively wealthy users,” the report said.

The demand for Apple’s iPhone is unprecedented. Despite missing some of the advanced features of rival Android flagships and being nearly a year old, the iPhone 13 continues to sell in large numbers.

It remains to be seen whether Apple’s expectations actually see the light of day. Rumors of the iPhone 14 series have painted a grim picture for Apple fans. The standard iPhone 14 would use the same A15 Bionic chip as the iPhone 13, potentially retaining the same design, and be able to get a high refresh rate of 90 Hz. And Apple may be charging $100 more for these minor upgrades because of the rising costs. The iPhone 14 Plus/Max will be an item that offers a 6.7-inch display to more people.

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