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Apple is confident in the success of the next generation iPhone

Apple is confident in the success of a new generation of iPhone smartphones, according to Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves. To hold the position, Apple should not just upgrade your smartphone, but give it a few strong features, experts say.

“Although at this stage still too early to make any forecasts for the fourth quarter, our preliminary assessment orders for iPhone components indicate that Apple expects high demand for the next iPhone. We projected a decline in sales of communicators in 2016. But the increase in orders looks quite encouraging and will allow the company to avoid a drop in the value of the shares,” wrote Pacific Crest analyst.

The expert notes that the current model iPhone 6 still sells well. The specialists of the Pacific Crest assumed that sales of flagship smartphones Apple in the third quarter will be 46.8 million, but now the forecasts are raised to 50-52 million more Than new devices will form a company to start selling, the less will be the customers who have to wait for delivery of the device.

Judging by corporate correspondence mobile operator Vodafone, the successors of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will go on sale in late September this year. According to preliminary information, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will start on 25 September, at least in the UK. It is already several years in a row among the countries of the first wave. And taking pre-orders for the next iPhone model will start a week before the start of sales, September 18.

To hold the position, Apple should not just upgrade your smartphone, but give it a few strong features, experts believe. According to rumors, this year Apple manufacturer will bet on the Force Touch technology, whereby the display can recognize the power of touch and an innovative camera. The novelty has received the Apple A9 processor, 2 GB of RAM and improved building.

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