“Foxconn is building a new [US$100 million] factory dedicated primarily to iPhone production in what could be a sign of Apple’s expansion to other US carriers, reports from China’s Xinhua News Agency claimed on Monday,” Electronista reports.

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“The plant, which will start construction later this month, will be handled by the local subsidiary Futaihua Precision Electronics and already has workers,” Electronista reports. “It comes as Apple is already rumored to be significantly expanding its production plans to add support for other networks. ASUS’ former manufacturing arm Pegatron is rumored to be starting CDMA iPhone production this month to cater to demand for a Verizon launch as well as possible launches at Sprint, China Telecom and other CDMA networks.”

Electornista reports, “A T-Mobile iPhone is also a possibility for a second GSM version.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “MacVicta” for the heads up.]