Pegatron, the contract assembler iPhone 5c, is preparing for mass production with large -screen iPhone and iPad Air second generation reported on Monday The China Times. According to the publication , production of new models planned for the autumn of this year.
The fact that one of Apple’s suppliers will collect the iPhone 6 , reported last week resource The Commercial Times. Then said that the production of the new flagship starts in the second quarter at the new factory Pegatron, located in the Chinese city of Kunshan, near the existing plant collector . In the latest publication of The China Times says that mass production of new items planned for the third quarter of this year .
It is known that Pegatron got only part of orders for the release of new iPhone and iPad Air. Another part was another manufacturing partner Apple – Taiwanese company Hon Hai Precision Industry (Foxconn). According to the resource , Pegatron currently recruiting workers for the assembly of new products Apple. Data on how many workers will be employed in the assembly of iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 and how many devices they will release the source , receiving information from an anonymous informant , does not have.
It is worth noting that Foxconn is the main contract partner Apple, so we would expect that the company will receive larger orders for release of a new smartphone . Neither Pegatron, not Foxconn has not officially confirmed the publication of the Chinese media . However, against the background of these messages Pegatron shares rose 1.18% .
Previously featured web pictures, confirming the preliminary information that the next iPhone model will have a large display. Apple decided to increase screen smartphone yet only once – with the release of iPhone 5 in 2012 . However, the market trend is that the display size of smartphones is growing from year to year .
Features iPad Air second generation are still at the level of rumor . One of the features of the upcoming model will be , according to rumors , the integrated fingerprint reader Touch ID, as in the current flagship iPhone 5s.