The frame of the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro of the worldwide popular iPhone can be made of titanium. This material is more expensive than stainless steel. Stainless steel has been used in Apple’s recent Pro models. In the next series of iPhone, the company can include solid state buttons as well as three taptic engines.
A supplier of Apple has indicated about this. MacRumours has reported that the company’s supplier Cirrus Logic has revealed in a letter to shareholders that it will retain a key customer and plans to introduce a new HPMS in smartphones next year. component Have to bring This component could be the company’s high performance mixed signal chip. MacRumours claims it includes haptic drivers for the Taptic Engine in iPhone models. This was also hinted by John Forsyth, CEO of Cirrus Logic. He said that such a component will come in the market next year.
The new series of iPhone is launched almost every year in September. The largest manufacturing unit of iPhone in India will be built in Hosur near Bengaluru. It will have around 60,000 workers. Apple sells iPhone to Tata Electronics manufacturing The contract has been given. iPhones are already being manufactured in the country at the plants of contract manufacturers Foxconn, Wistron and Pegatron.
Telecom and IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw had told, “The largest factory in the country for manufacturing Apple’s iPhone is being built in Hosur near Bengaluru. About 60,000 workers will work in it. About 6,000 tribals of Ranchi and Hazaribagh will work in these workers.” Women will be involved who are being trained to make iPhones.” Apple’s supplier Foxconn also plans to quadruple its workforce in India in two years. Apple has also decided to do some production of AirPods and Beats headphones in India for the first time. iPhone exports from India have crossed $1 billion since April. This indicates India becoming a major force in electronics manufacturing. At the current rate of exports of the company, this figure could reach $2.5 billion by March next year.