“Taiwan-based component suppliers of Apple’s 3G iPhones are expected to see their revenues strengthen substantially starting the third quarter of this year due to sales of the new iPhones, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report,” Steve Shen reports for DigiTimes.
“With the new iPhones to be available simultaneously in 22 countries on July 11, total shipments of 3G iPhones are expected to top 10 million units in the third quarter, the paper quoted sources at component suppliers as indicating,” Shen reports.
The report also lists component suppliers of 3G iPhone, including Infineon Technologies, Foxconn Electronics, Sharp, Broadcom, and others.
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[Attribution: MacNN. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]