IPhone 6S Part Order Decline Not Absorbed By IPhone 5se

Posted: Feb 24 2016, 9:56am CST | by , in News | Apple

 
iPhone 6S Part Order Decline Not Absorbed by iPhone 5se
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A new report from Asia claims that Apple reduced part orders in a magnitude that the iPhone 5se will not compensate.

The iPhone 6S has already reached the saturation point in the market, if a new report from the supply chain is true. Major iPhone 6S part suppliers see double digit declines in sales since end of last year.

Among the affected companies are according to a source of Digitimes, flexible PCB makers Flexium Interconnect and Zhen Ding Technology Holding, lens module maker Largan Precision, chassis maker Catcher Technology and OEMs Foxconn Electronics and Pegatron.

The new iPhone 5se that is supposed to be unveiled on March 15, is not seen to be able to compensate for the order declines for iPhone 6S parts.

As reported earlier, there are still no leaked iPhone 5se parts, which is unusual three weeks ahead of the rumored sales launch of a new iPhone.

The iPhone 7 is going to bring suppliers back on track. The production will begin in summer for a September launch of the redesigned iPhone 7.

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