The news comes from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, you can see what he had to say about demand for Apple's latest smartphones below. He believes that due to increased demand for new Apple phones, Apple has increased orders for some suppliers.
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Last month, Apple started selling the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. In a research note obtained by MacRumors, Kuo points out that the iPhone 11 and an unannounced "iPhone SE 2" will drive volumes.
Apple has received a lot of criticism for the look of the new camera on the iPhone Pro and Pro Max - it has been said to look like a coconut, bowling ball and other interesting things.
Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook told reporters Friday that he foresees a new growth cycle in the market for iPhones despite global malaise in the broader smartphone market. But there are some compromises that have been made to allow Apple to price the iPhone 11 lower (starting Rs 64,900), and the biggest of them is the display. While he didn't share exactly number, Cook could not be "happier" with the iPhone 11 launch.
In the still image tests, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max got the highest ratings by the testers. But the newly launched iPhone 11 focuses more on its camera features.