Pegatron Hiring 40k Employees To Produce The iPhone 6S

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If the iPhone 6S is not released until September, Apple’s partners are already on the starting blocks. Pegraton on this occasion could become the most important partner of Apple, Foxconn before, since its subsidiary Protek plans to hire a total of 40,000 employees to start production of future iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, according to a new report from Digitimes .

Located in eastern China, Protek has already started hiring in June and continue until October this year. The first deliveries are estimated at 25 million units alone in the third quarter and then reach 50 million sales during the Christmas period.

To cope with this mass production, Pegatron would be joined by other assembly plants like Foxconn, Largan, Bending and Zhen Ding who have expanded their factories to meet demand and avoid delivery delays.

According to rumors and fairly reliable sources, the iPhone 6S will not have a different design. Apple would rather concentrate on internal components such as a new camera 12MP rear, 5 MP for FaceTime, a more powerful A9 processor and less greedy, the integration of Touch Force (recognizing the pressure on the screen as the Apple Watch and the new MacBook 12-inch), 2 GB RAM, a Qualcomm 4G LTE modem faster (300 Mbps 150 Mbps instead now), an improvement of the NFC chip (most secure) the integration of the Touch Screen ID in removing the physical Home button and certainly other unknown novelties.

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