RUMOR: Pegatron lands Apple order for CDMA iPhone units, to ship in Q410

Monica Chen and Joseph Tsai report for DigiTimes that Pegatron Technology has landed CDMA iPhone orders from Apple Inc.

“Pegatron will start shipping a CDMA version of the iPhone 4 to Apple in the fourth quarter and is currently using its plants in Shanghai, China to produce the products, the sources noted,” Chen and Tsai report. “The company is also working on gaining orders for MacBooks and iPads from Apple, added the sources.”

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]

34 Comments

  1. when AT&T;announced that anyone with a contract end date between now and end of 2010 was eligible for an upgrade to iPhone 4, the light at the end of the tunnel started to appear. They know the exclusivity is coming to an end – and come September, when Apple has only just caught up with demand, boom! iPhone 4 on Verizon..and with 64 GB just to stick it to AT&T;Mark my words…

    MW ‘had’ – as in AT&T;have had the time in the sun

  2. I’ll replace my 3GS in 2011 or 2012 and will probably stick with AT&T;. But I want one (or more) of the other carriers to get the iPhone to shut up the Android fans.

  3. I really hope this is true. As an Apple fanboy, I want an iPhone, but Verizon is the only thing that works out in the boonies where I live. Such is the sacrifice of rural life…

  4. According the the rumors…there are about a half dozen assembly companies making CDMA iPhones and only one company making the iPhone 4. Wow those other companies are slow.

    just my $0.02

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