The 5.5-inch iPhone 6 apparently needs a very thin battery and Apple's main supplier, Dynapack International Technology Corporation, had issues with producing the slim battery. Apple is now said to have teamed up with a different supplier for batteries.
Based on these fresh reports, Sunwoda is the one who will now have the task of supplying the company with the necessary batteries, and based on these reports, Sunwoda will have the responsibility to produce roughly 20 million batteries (each at 40 yuan -> roughly $6.4 ).
Recent reports have suggested that Apple will unveil a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 as early as August (September may be more likely) with the 5.5-inch version following shortly after.
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