In the past, there was a lot of talk about the upcoming Apple iPhone 14 series phones. These rumors show us what to expect from Apple’s next-generation smartphones. Now a report from UDN shows that the Apple iPhone 14 has entered the trial production phase. It involves the production of a small number of devices to collect data for use in a mass production process.
The purpose of this test generation is to find out if there are any problems with the design or if there is a way to improve the product. This stage is also used to determine the company’s production capacity and to establish quality control processes.
Luxshare, which brings together the Apple iPhone 13 Pro, has yet to produce the iPhone 14 series. It is expected that the company will not accept orders for the iPhone 14 Pro. Instead, it will install the basic iPhone 14 model. Luxshare received 3% of all iPhone 14 Pro orders last year.
The process of creating Apple’s iPhone usually begins in February, when Apple places an order with the manufacturer. After receiving a service order, manufacturers prepare a Material Report (BOM) for production and testing machines to make sure they are working properly.