Following reports earlier this year that providers’ struggles to create a sufficient volume of paper electric batteries for the reported 5.5-inch iPhone 6 may add to an early 2015 launch for the tool instead of a late 2014 launch together with the smaller sized 4.7-inch version, a new report from Mandarin media sources (through GforGames) suggests the trouble may have been resolved as Apple has actually discovered a new supplier efficient in complying with demand.
The report claims that Dynapack has actually been pushed to sidelines of Apple’s supply chain as Simplo and Desai come to be the primary providers of electric batteries for the rumored iPhone 6. While Desai supposedly is struggling to work within Apple’s layout constraints, Simplo supposedly has created a workaround that allows it to generate mass volumes of the slim, yet efficient battery module. If this report is exact, then battery supply may not be a concern for Apple going ahead.
Apple is anticipated to reveal the iPhone 6 at a media occasion around its typical September timeframe. The next-generation iPhone is rumored to feature a larger display, thinner design, enhanced electronic camera optics, improved Touch ID sensor and a new, a lot faster A8 processor.