Mac users are probably wondering where the iPhone 6s Plus will land.
Apple is expected to announce the new models on Wednesday morning.
But according to AppleInsider, the iPhone models in question will feature a new Apple logo, but not a different brand name.
The iPhone 6 Plus and 6S models will be manufactured by Taiwan-based Foxconn, a company that makes components for Apple products.
Foxconn has been expanding its manufacturing operations to the United States and has been steadily expanding its production capacity since the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c went on sale in the fall of 2015.
The iPhone 6 and 6s models will use the same iPhone 5S and 5C silicon as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, according to the source.
At the time of the iPhone’s launch, the 5s was the highest-selling iPhone model in the world.
However, the new iPhones are expected to be sold at a lower price point than previous iPhones, and they will be priced around $1,000 instead of $2,000, according of the source, who asked to remain anonymous due to the sensitivity of the topic.
AppleInsiders has reached out to Apple for comment.
AppleInsider reports that Apple has been aggressively expanding its smartphone production facilities, which are currently located in California and Arizona.
The company plans to open a new facility in Texas in 2018.