Pegatron nabs 15% of Apple’s 4.7-inch iPhone 6 orders ahead of September launch, sources say

“According to a new report from Taiwan’s Industrial and Commercial Times, Apple supplier Pegatron has received 15% of the orders for Apple’s upcoming 4.7-inch iPhone 6 ahead of the device’s launch this September,” Richard Padilla reports for MacRumors.

“The report also notes that Pegatron will produce a total of 50 million iPhones this year, which includes iPhone 6, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 4S units,” Padilla reports. “In addition to Pegatron, fellow Apple supplier Foxconn is also likely to aide with production.”

Padilla reports, “Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 6 in two different screen sizes of 4.7-inches and 5.5-inches. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will likely ship ahead of the 5.5-inch version.”

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

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    1. Again, “only” among bigger models. Lets not forget that iPhone 6 will be ~4″ device, contrary to media reports that talk of iPhone 6 as if it is going to be 4.7″ and/or 5.5″, which is ignorant. Bigger model(s) will have different name.

      1. ‘Lets not forget ‘. How can we forget something we don’t know the answer to. However all the available evidence suggests that you are wrong so would love to know how you know the iPhone will be the same size as present?

      2. Jeez! Give it a rest will you? You bore us to death with your constant observation about how the bigger models will be called something else. Enough already! Get a fucking hobby. Get a dog. Take a vacation. Leave us alone.

  1. I still doubt the 5.5 inch device will be sold as an iPhone. A larger iPod or smaller iPad with a full cellular option is more likely. It will be introduced at an iPod and iPad event after the iPhone event.

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