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Apple continues to boost iPhone 7 orders

Apple has reportedly upped its component orders for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, resulting in manufacturers receiving 20-30 percent higher orders than they were expecting. The report cites sources from Taiwan-based touch panel makers, which includes the companies TPK Holding and the Foxconn-owned General Interface Solution (GIS). Both of these companies have previously shared touch [
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