The iPad 2 is as soon as once more being mentioned whereas there may be hypothesis about its options and appearances, the brand new model of the pill from Apple may now not attain the market earlier than June. Related, lengthen in manufacturing, in step with sources. The iPhone 5 would additionally should be delayed …


If production of the iPad 2 does seem to have begun, the assembly lines of factories in the Taiwanese company Hon Hai, the parent company of Foxconn, would have had serious delays due to alterations made by Apple on new version of its tablet in early February. A situation that could shift the output of the iPad 2 April-June, granting two months behind initial forecasts.

Our information suggests that new problems have appeared on the new production process and that takes time to resolve , "said one financial analyst firm's Taiwan Yuanta. Neither Apple nor Hon Hai has sought comment.

The iPhone 5 pushed back to September?

At the same time, the iPhone 5 is struck by a similar rumors, that would push for its exit from the smartphone from July to September. It comes from an analyst at FBR Capital, Craig Berger, who is also banking on constraints to production: " For the iPhone 5, we continue to hear that a launch in July is unlikely. Some suppliers are not ready, and those who provide the chips have not even received orders for the iPhone 5 "he says. Thus, Apple could choose to refine its smartphone a little longer to come out in September. But nothing is certain.

iPad iPhone 2 + 5 = 60% of the production of touch screens?

Both devices are definitely a lot of Apple talk about themselves and whether their date of availability is uncertain, it still seems that the Cupertino account flood the market. According to the site Digitimes , the company has reserved nearly 60% of the touch screen at the global level to equip its aircraft. Sharp, LG Display, Toshiba Mobile Display suppliers are approached by Apple. The problem raised face such a situation obviously relates to the competition, which would then be forced to turn to lower-quality components for their touch devices, lack of adequate supply.&#01
60;A situation that could make noise if it was confirmed: anyway, it's a safe bet that we hear more about it.

According to The Loop's Jim Dalrymple, these claims are simply untrue

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