Apple’s iPhone 14 has been in the spotlight long enough for us to get a sense of what to expect from this upcoming iPhone series, and new reports indicate that the Apple iPhone 14 has entered the trial production phase.
According to a report from United Daily News (UDN), the Cupertino-based company’s iPhone 14 design has recently entered the trial production stage, a stage in which Apple tests the production capabilities of suppliers and ensures material quality checks.
Furthermore, Luxshare, the company that manufactures the Apple iPhone 13 Pro, has yet to receive a production service order for the iPhone 14 series.
As a result, speculations suggest that the company will not receive any orders for the iPhone 14 Pro, in contrast to last year, when it received 3% of total iPhone 14 Pro orders; however, the company will assemble the base iPhone 14 variant.
The production of the Apple iPhone typically begins in February, when Apple assigns orders to manufacturers. Following receipt of the service order, the manufacturers develop a Bill of Materials (BOM) for the production and testing machines for quality control.
However, Apple plans to release the iPhone 14 Pro in September 2022, with a new design that includes a punch-hole front cutout, a 48MP wide lens, 8K video capture, and 8GB of RAM.
According to recent reports, the new design will not include in-display Touch ID sensors, as previous rumors suggested; instead, the company will focus on superior camera quality and Face ID this time around.
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