The iPhone 6 Plus is one of the most in-demand smartphones on the planet at the moment, with Apple reportedly having to increase production of this device at the expense of manufacturing the standard iPhone 6, according to DigiTimes.
It seems that the sheer size of the 5.5 inch phablet has been enough to coax plenty of consumers across the world to part ways with their cash. In fact, it is likely that many were waiting eagerly for a bigger iPhone to arrive so that there was finally a solid alternative to Samsung’s Android-based Galaxy Note range.
While the changes that Apple has made to the manufacturing ratios may take a few weeks to filter through the supply chain, by Christmas there should be many more iPhone 6 Plus models on the market.
Hopefully, this will not put too much of a dent in the number of the normal 4.7 inch iPhone 6 which are for sale, especially since the upcoming winter shopping period is generally an important one for tech companies. With Apple finally on the big screen bandwagon, you can expect the majority of new devices from its rivals to follow suit.