Citing sources that were unnamed, a report by an international news agency says suppliers started manufacturing the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus smartphones with Force Touch.
Since each model is very similar to the original iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on the outside, the news agency said the suppliers likely would not run into production bottlenecks during early production.
If everything goes as planned, the mass production of these phones should begin in July.
Rumors already are appearing across Internet claiming the new Apple iPhones will have Force Touch, a feature that allows the device to distinguish between a deep press and light tap.
Force Touch is found already on the Apple Watch, where it has become a useful feature to control gestures for a device that has such a small screen.
Apple also has incorporated the Force Touch into its MacBook trackpad so it only makes sense the next lineup of iPhones would receive the new feature.
Earlier this past week, Apple reportedly was negotiating with Zhn Ding Technology as well as Flexium Interconnect, two of its suppliers to start orders for the high-end printed, flexible circuit boards that are need to include the Force Touch inside the smartphone.
However, on the iPhones the Force Touch is to be used slightly differently, according to one Apple business analyst. Apparently, instead of detecting different levels of pressure on the touchscreen, the new Force Touch for the phone will monitor the area in which the finger will touch the screen, which will decide how big that pressure is.
Since these are the first iPhones to have Force Touch, the news agency said the company is making more room for any production delays.
The new iPhones, per a report released earlier in June will be 0.15 mm longer while 0.2 mm thicker than what the current ones are for Apple.
It is thought that this fall the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus would be available.