As we know Apple is going to release iPhone 5 in October. Now we came to know that Foxconn Electronics has increased the production of iPhone 5 to 150,000 units per day. According to DigiTimes, currently Foxconn is producing 150,000 iPhone 5 units per day. The volume shipments of the 5th generation iPhone will start soon. It is expected that the shipments of iPhone 5 from the supply chain will reach 5 to 6 million in September. The shipments of iPhone 5 will reach 22 million in the final quarter of the year as the suppliers will ship less CDMA and GSM iPhone 4 during this period of time. According to the sources, Pegatron Technology may not start shipping iPhone 5 until 2012; although it has received orders to produce 15 percent share of iPhone 5.
Earlier a picture taken with the 8 megapixels camera of iPhone 5 has surfaced online. An Apple software engineer has posted this photo on Flickr. Click here to see the original picture on Flickr. He has taken this picture using iPhone 5 while eating his lunch. It is expected that the 5th generation iPhone will feature A5 processor which is currently used in the 2nd generation iPad. According to the sources, currently reinforced glass supplier G-Tech Optoelectronics, touch panel maker TPK Holding, lens maker Largan Precision, battery vendors Dynapack and Simplo are working at full swing . Earlier BGR has found a leaked internal document from Best Buy source which reveals that iPhone 5 is expected to launch during the first week in October. 9to5Mac has also reported that Apple will launch the 5th generation iPhone on Friday, 7th October 2011 and the pre-orders of iPhone 5 will start on Friday, 30th September 2011.
iPhone 5 will include Qualcomm’s dual GSM/CDMA Gobi chipset and it will support both GSM and CDMA networks worldwide. Well, it is expected that iPhone 5 will feature dual-core A5 processor, dual mode communications, larger screen, gesture sensitive home button, 8 megapixel camera, new cloud-based functionality through iOS 5, metal back, tapered back and 64 GB of storage.