Pegatron starts production of new version of iPhone, say sources

“Pegatron has begun production of a new version of the Apple iPhone at its factory in Shanghai, eastern China, according to industry sources in Taiwan,” Monica Chen and Adam Hwang report for DigiTimes.

“Orders for the new version iPhone are enough to make up for decreased revenues from the notebook segment, the sources indicated,” Chen and Hwang report. “Pegatron also has reportedly become the second OEM maker of a new version of iPad, with shipments in the third quarter expected to reach a few million units, the sources indicated.”

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1 Comment

  1. Another made-up ignorant nonsense.

    Apple does not start production before like few weeks (lately, no later than three weeks) before actual launch date.

    This is both to not spoil commercial secrets and keep inventory levels very low.

    There was never problem with assembly line speeds such as Foxconn or Pegatron.

    The deficit only comes from components production. This type of production starts now, or even started sometime before — to make as many components as possible to start assembly in the middle of September.

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