Apple iPhone series are always front in the string, which is knotted up in the universal dialect. On the ravine, iPhone 14 series has been fluttering around the market with being selling out in a bat of an eye which needs to stick with some other firm to settle down the call.
According to Taiwan’s “Economic Daily” report, due to a deficient supply of high-end iPhone 14, Apple has asked the second-generation iPhone factory Pegatron to assist the company in producing iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max to attenuate the shortage of new models.
The month of Joy has already appeared, it senses the demand for iPhone will be around the corner and will occur anytime soon, or it could be a great threat to the company as people will be amassing to share the joy by endowing to others.
Santa Claus may not occur with a glorifying Deers, but what about the ones with a movie retina? The new approach from iPhone marks the first time that Pegatron has gained an OEM order for high-end iPhone models.
Tong Zixian, chairman of Pegatron, hadn’t had any words to respond positively to the rumors on November 30. As if there is a demand for new orders, Tong Zixian said that the customer’s request is to cling to the post, not to sprint around the fence, and to be able to take care of the basic operations.
Previously, high-end iPhones were solely assigned to Hon Hai for assembly, and Pegatron had been asked to work on entry-level models and some special models. Considering this year, for instance, the two high-end new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are solely designed for Hon Hai, whereas Pegatron primarily focuses on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.