Apple increased orders for the production of iPhone 12 due to high demand


Last updated on May 2nd, 2023 at 03:53 pm

Apple increased orders for the production of iPhone 12 due to high demand

Despite the fact that the iPhone 12 series smartphones that have just entered the market have some notable flaws, they seem to be in high demand among users. This is evidenced by the fact that Apple has increased the volume of orders for new devices by two million units.

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Analysts at Cinda Securities expect that due to support for 5G, a new design, and the introduction of a compact model in the family, sales of the iPhone 12 will exceed expectations. They estimate that Apple will ship between 80 and 85 million new smartphones by the end of this year, with total iPhone 12 sales reaching 230-240 million next year. This is a very bold assumption, considering that as of April of this year, only the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which are the most popular smartphones of the company in its entire history, could boast so many sales.

iPhone 12 proved to be so in demand that buyers are not stopped even by serious problems of the first parties, including a cracking back panel, peeling paint, and general shortcomings in ergonomics. In addition, the iPhone 12 is reported to be highly scratch-prone. This disadvantage, according to the expert, is due to the increased resistance of the glass to drops. The new display cover material is softer, making it less shock-resistant. At the same time, scratching it is as easy as shelling pears. Some reviews say that significant scratches appear on the display already in the early days of using the smartphone.

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In any case, Apple is likely to fix most of the flaws of the new flagships in the next batches.

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