According to a new note from Jefferies analyst Peter Misek, manufacturing for the iPhone 5S is due to begin in March, with a launch at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference. The note is also reporting that Apple is gradually decreasing iPhone 5 manufacturing, as sales are “decelerating faster than expected”.
Of course with the iPhone 5S, we’re expected to see an updated processor, likely the A7 or A6X. We’re also expected to see an upgraded camera, along with the release of iOS 7 which will likely entail new features that would give consumers a reason to purchase the iPhone 5S.
Misek, via BusinessInsider, also claims that Apple has cut it’s build orders from 40 million to 30 million. He also says that “suppliers seem to be prepping for iPhone 5S builds to start in March”, which means Apple is working fast and hard.
Although it’s almost positive we’ll see the iPhone 5S at WWDC, there are also rumors of the Budget iPhone being possible the “One last thing…” at WWDC, or even at Apple’s Fall keynote. It’s also possible that we’ll see the iPhone (7) next summer 2014. (image: TB)
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