Back in October, Brian Blair, analyst at Rosenblatt Securities, suggested that Apple has been having issues with the production of the Apple Watch, the Cupertino firm’s first smartwatch. A new report is now saying that the company has resolved these production issues.
The news comes to us courtesy of Chinese-speaking UDN. It claims that Apple may launch the Apple Watch in February of next year, with sources saying that the Cupertino firm has solved yield problems.
Additionally, Quanta, the company in charge of putting the smartwatch together has increased its workforce from 2,000 to 10,000 workers. Furthermore, suppliers of the Watch’s components have also taken similar action, also increasing their workforce.
The report also sheds some information of the iPhone 6S. Previous reports said that the next iPhone would be launched in the spring of 2015. However, this new report goes against that rumour.
So when do we get to see the iPhone 6S? If history repeats itself, we’ll see the next iPhone in the fall of 2015, which has been common practice for Apple ever since the iPhone 5.
Of course, since this is anything but official, take it with a pinch of salt.
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