Earlier reports said that due to the difficulty of production of the new LCD version of the LCD this year, Apple lowered the order, this year's LCD version of the new iPhone purchases reduced to 30 million, resulting in an insufficient number of orders. This year, Foxconn will OEM almost all of the second-generation iPhone X, 90% of the iPhone X Plus, and 75% of the LCD version of the iPhone, while the rest will be jointly produced by Pega. Wistron, the original foundry of the new iPhone, which was originally regarded as the LCD version, officially went out, and missed the new iPhone assembly business this year.
However, according to Taiwan media reports, Wistron has not been eliminated, this year or Apple's 6.1-inch LCD version of the iPhone, but the order volume is not as high as expected.
This year, Apple is expected to release three new iPhones, the 5.8-inch OLED version of the iPhone (iPhone X II), the 6.5-inch OLED version of the iPhone (equivalent to the iPhone X Plus) and the 6.1-inch LCD version of the iPhone.
It is unclear which new iPhone will be created by Wistron, but it is usually a non-flagship product for Apple OEM. Currently, Wistron is Apple's OEM iPhone SE and iPhone 6s in India.
Some analysts said that Wistron is likely to OEM the 6.1-inch LCD version of the iPhone this year. This phone should be the cheapest of the three new iPhones, and the LCD technology is relatively mature, no difficulty for Wistron. In addition, the 6.1-inch LCD version of the iPhone is likely to become the best-selling model this year.