IPhone 5 Production Already At 150,000 Units Per Day

Posted: Sep 8 2011, 4:25am CDT | by , in Apple


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iPhone 5 Production already at 150,000 Units

The next iPhone is already in volume production according to industry sources.

The iPhone 5 is near. Can you smell it? I could actually already reserve one at my carrier in Germany. Now reports from Taiwan come in saying that Foxconn is already very busy making iPhone 5 devices. Digitimes reports that Foxconn is producing already 150,000 iPhone 5 units per day.

The shipments of iPhone 5 phones are expected to reach 5 to 6 million in September to Apple. In the fourth quarter the iPhone 5 production is expected go over 22 million.

Despite a ton of rumors there is not really a clear picture available yet on what the iPhone 5 will be about. Will it have a new design? Will it look the same as an iPhone 4? Will it have a 8MP camera or just a 5MP one? Will the iPhone 5 have a larger screen? Will it be a world phone with CDMA and GSM support? Several iPhone 5 rumors over the last months have been pointing in opposite directions. I actually like the suspense until the last minute. The iPhone 4 unveiling was not fun last year after the iPhone 4 prototype got lost in a bar. The same thing seemed to almost happened again with the iPhone 5.

More iPhone 5 Rumors.

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