“Qualcomm’s summer results will reflect a major uptick in orders for a CDMA iPhone, Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair said in a note today,” Electronista reports.
“He saw ‘meaningful order strength’ towards the end of the calendar quarter that was attributed directly to Apple orders for chipsets,” Electronista reports. “Ordering for the iPhone and others would continue to be ‘solid’ through the fall.”
Electronista reports, “The statements weren’t separately corroborated by Qualcomm, but current rumors have Apple starting production late this year for a launch early in 2011.”
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MacDailyNews Take: You might not be too bright if… you’re a Verizon customer who settles for an Android phone within the next 90 or so days.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]