Apple Inc. has increased production of the iPhone 11, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
The report claims Apple increased production by 10 percent, or eight million units, due to higher-than-expected demand for the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro.
The iPhone 11 was released in late Nov. at $699, $50 less than the iPhone XR in 2018.
The iPhone 11, an update to the entry-level iPhone XR, includes a 6.1-inch Retina display, the A13 Bionic CPU, 12MP Wide Camera, 12MP Ultra Wide Camera, 60 FPS extended dynamic range video, 12MP front-facing camera with 4K 60FPS video and slow-motion video functionality, brighter True Tone flash, and Night Mode to better capture low-light photos.
Battery life has increased to an hour longer than the previous iPhone XR.
It is sold at $699.
The iPhone 11 Pro includes a 5.8-inch Super Retina XDR display and additional 12MP Telephoto Camera with 4K 60 FPS video functionality.
Battery life has increased four hours longer than the previous iPhone XS.
It is sold at $999.