25 Million iPhone 5’s By The End Of 2011

by Da'Von B.

I’ve said this many times in the past, Apple rumors come from all over the place and the one’s that get solid leaked information are the WSJ and Mossberg over at AllThingsD. So the WSJ has news that Apple has placed orders for key components to build the next iPhone that is suggested to be lighter and thinner and that it wants 25 million iPhone 5’s by the end of 2011. Obviously this suggests a potentially new design, and what’s interesting is the quote from someone with the manufacturer Hon Hai stating that the new iPhone is “complicated and difficult to assemble,” so maybe the design aesthetics over at This Is My Next, isn’t all that hard to believe. Time will tell, but we’ll all find out what Apple has for the world to embrace and for its competitors to fear (and copy).

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