While a number of smartphone manufacturers are cutting back on their flagship shipments, Apple is quite confident about its upcoming range of the iPhone 14.

The Cupertino-based business has reportedly informed its vendors that the iPhone 14 series will sell more units than it had planned, increasing the total number of units it will make from 90 million to 95 million.

The iPhone 14 may be the best iPhone ever made for a number of reasons, as the higher-end iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models are rumored to come with some significant changes, including improved camera capabilities with a new 48MP lens, a new pill-shaped and hole-punch notch replacement, and a faster A16 chip.


According to a recent article from the Taiwan Economics Times, Apple anticipates that the iPhone 14 series would perform better than expected in terms of sales.

As a result, it has instructed its suppliers to create and ship 5 per cent more iPhones than originally anticipated, or 95 million units instead of the first expected 90 million.

The highest-end iPhone 14 Pro Max will have the greatest stock, according to the report, which cites sources. This shouldn’t be shocking considering how popular the iPhone 13 Pro Max was as well.

As a result of the current political confrontations between China and Taiwan, earlier reports from July hinted that the projected September release of the iPhone 14 series might be delayed.