Apple Stock News: Call Off Plans to Increase Production of Its Latest iPhone 14 Series Due to Lower Demand
Apple Stock News: According to MacRumors, after the predicted boost in demand for its most recent iPhone 14 series did not occur, Apple has decided against increasing manufacturing. Apple will therefore seek to create 90 million smartphones over the time period, which is roughly the same number as it produced in 2021 and in accordance with Apple’s first prediction this summer. Global demand for consumer electronics is being impacted by rising inflation, recession fears, and the war in Ukraine, with the smartphone market expected to shrink by 6.5 percent this year to 1.27 billion units.
iPhone 14 Pro Max Earns Best Smartphone Display Award
According to MacRumors, the iPhone 14 Pro Max has the best smartphone display available according to DisplayMate’s annual Display Technology Shoot-Out. Although the iPhone 14 Pro Max has essentially the same resolution as the iPhone 13 Pro Max, the LTPO OLED display’s frequency ranges from 1Hz to 120Hz rather than 10Hz to 120Hz, allowing for a low-power always-on display option. Additionally, Dynamic Island increases the amount of display space that is available. In addition, the peak brightness of the iPhone 14 Pro Max can reach 2,300 nits, which is more than twice as bright as the iPhone 13 Pro Max. With a maximum brightness of 1,590 nits, HDR outperformed the iPhone 13 Pro Max by 33%. A total of 15 prizes for smartphone display performance went to the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Apple Starts Producing iPhone 14 in India
According to MacRumors, in India, Apple has started producing the iPhone 14. India has traditionally been the center of production for older iPhone models, with the country’s production of more recent models starting several months after their global release. Through personnel training and the development of new facilities, Apple and its top supplier Foxconn have increased their investment in India over the past few years. By 2025, Apple expects to generate 25% of its entire iPhone production in India, with a production of other goods like the iPad, Apple Watch, and Air Pods to follow.
Upcoming Launch of Apple Music Classical
According to MacRumors, Apple appears to be preparing for the upcoming launch of Apple Music Classical, which will be based on Primephonic, a classical music service purchased by Apple more than a year ago. Apple stated that a “dedicated classical music app” would be released in 2022, with “more added features.” Apple may be holding off on releasing iOS 16 until after the end of the year because there are currently no new indications of Apple Music Classical in the iOS 16.1 beta.