It looks like Apple has finally locked the design of the upcoming iPhone 6, as the device is reportedly set to enter production later in July. This way, the company will have plenty of time to prepare a large stock prior to the apparent September release window of the phone, helping it fulfill the massive demand for the handset.
The iPhone 6 is supposed to exist in the form of two different variants – one with a 4.7-inch display and the other with a 5.5-inch one. It’s the former which will apparently see the light of the day first and the latter is expected to follow later on.
According to Taiwanese publication Economic Daily News (via PhoneDog), the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is slated to enter production in the third week of July. On the other hand, the 5.5-inch model will enter the process in the second week of August.
As usual, Foxxcon will be the manufacturer doing the job for Apple. It’s being said that the noted Asian electronics maker will hire around 100000 more workers in order to ensure that enough iPhone 6 units are made to meet the future demand.
Details about this upcoming Apple smartphone have been leaked many a time in the past. Rumor has it that it will grab a faster processor than its predecessor, and its display will be made of an extremely strong material known as Sapphire.
September is still quite far away, but in the mean time, expect some more leaks about the iPhone 6 to hit the block.