Foxconn Reveals iPhone 5 October Release, Already in Mass Production

Posted By Dupont on September 9, 2011
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Apple fans are desperately waiting for the iPhone 5 release so they they can get their hands on the device as soon as possible. Ever since the iPhone 4 was finally released last year, the rumors about iPhone 5 never stoped till now.

Good news is that Deutsche Telekom, a German Telco company, has already started offering its customers the ability to reserve the “yet to be revealed” iPhone 5, despite the fact that the iPhone 5 is technically still non-existent. But it won’t be long to wait.

iPhone 5

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Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn is now ramping production of iPhone 5 and is now producing 150,000 units per day of the flagship Smartphone. At the manufacturing rate, it is believed that Apple may be able to ship 5 to 6 million iPhone 5 units in September and 22 million for the third quarter. In addition to Foxconn, Apple is also working with Pegatron to manufacture about 15% of the iPhone orders. Touch screen, battery, and other component makers are also reportedly working at full capacity making parts for this device.

According to the popular semi-reliable rumors, as for the specifications, the iPhone 5 would adopt the latest A5 processor, higher screen resolution, better camera and larger screen display, which brings even greater digital entertainment, like watching HD movies on iPhone 5 or HD PowerPoint Presentations on iPhone 5.

Demand for the iPhone 5 is expected to be high, especially as unconfirmed reports indicate that this will be Apple’s first Smartphone to be available from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile on launch day.

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