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Apple is set to start mass production of a new version of its iPhone series, the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s, with a new design, according to an executive who has direct knowledge of the plans.

The executive spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the plans publicly.

The executives said that Apple plans to begin mass production in March and expects to have iPhones for sale in November.

Apple has previously said it will begin mass-producing the iPhone 4s and iPhone 4S Plus in June.

The iPhone 5 will be smaller than the iPhone 6 and will sport a larger screen, while the iPhone 7 will sport an OLED display.

The iPhone 7 Plus will have a larger display and an all-new design.

The two iPhone models will have an edge-to-edge OLED display with a 2,400×1,800 pixel resolution, according a source familiar with the plan.

The design will be identical to the iPhone SE, and the company will be the only supplier of the screen in the series.

The new models will be called iPhone SE Plus, the source said.

Apple is expected to begin producing the new models in late February or early March, and will begin selling them at retail beginning in November, the executive said.

The source said that the first shipments of the new iPhones will be in the United States and Canada.

The source said Apple is not considering launching a new phone line in the near future.

Apple is in the process of making significant upgrades to the operating system that includes features such as Touch ID, Touch ID Auto Lock and Siri, according the source.

The new iPhones would be a significant departure from the iPhone series that began with the iPhone 3GS, but the new phones would also feature Apple’s new iPhone SE.

Apple has not yet released a new iPhone model.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said last year that the company was “just getting started” with its new iPhone lineup.

The company is also planning to start manufacturing the iPhone X, a new 10-inch smartphone with a larger 4K display and faster processing speeds, according AppleInsider.

Apple plans for the iPhone to go on sale in late 2018, and it has not said when the iPhone will be available for purchase.

The Apple team has been trying to push the iPhone line since 2010, and in September, Cook said the iPhone lineup was “on the right track” and would see the launch of an iPhone 5 in late 2019.