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Report: Foxconn producing 150,000 iPhone 5 per day

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Sep 2011 18:05 User comments (2)

Report: Foxconn producing 150,000 iPhone 5 per day Foxconn is allegedly producing up to 150,000 iPhone 5 smartphones each day, in preparation for a launch in the next few months.
The manufacturer will continue to build 5 to 6 million per month until the end of the year, says Digitimes.

Although still unconfirmed by Apple as even existing, the iPhone 5 is expected to launch in October with a dual-core A5 processor, an 8MP camera, and a thinner form factor. The screen size should be still under 4-inches and the back design will move back to metal instead of reinforced glass.

Reportedly, the phone will be coming to all major carriers, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint.

The launch on T-Mobile and Sprint would be a first for the Apple smartphone, which just launched on Verizon for the first time earlier this year.

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2 user comments

19.9.2011 18:41
WierdName
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Wow, I have to say those are pretty underwhelming specs. I just picked up the Atrix 4G and though it may only be a 5MP rear camera, it has a 1Ghz dual-core with a gig or ram. AND... it has flash. Not to mention as a CompSci major I can unlock it and actually edit and install a custom kernal. But mostly the flash thing.

I feel bad using it in front of iPhone users though. I makes me feel like I'm jumping around in front of someone in a wheelchair...

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 09 Sep 2011 @ 18:42

Doesnt expecting the unexpected make the unexpected expected and therefore mean youre expecting the expected which was the unexpected until you expected it?
"Opinions are immunities to being told were wrong." - Relient K

211.9.2011 2:00

the most awaited feature of iphone5 is retinal display, lets see how apple performs

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