Skip to comments.Apple Reportedly Boosts Q1 iPhone Production Plans
Posted on 12/27/2010 10:16:27 AM PST by Swordmaker
| 1,755 views | 0 recommendations | 1 comment Apple (AAPL) has increased its global shipment goals for the iPhone for the calendar first quarter to 20-21 million units from 19 million units, according to DigiTimes, which citing sources with Taiwan-based component suppliers.
The company plans to ship 14-15 million of the current version of the phone, with a target of 5-6 million units of the yet-to-be-announced CDMA version of the iPhone that is widely expected to be offered on Verizon Wireless and possibly other carriers early in 2011.
The story said December quarter shipments were about 15.5 million units, bringing the 2010 total to 47 million.
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2010 number of iPhones was 47 million...
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So I'm watching, but I'll wait a few months to let them find and fix the first round of bugs and add enhancements. Then I'll evaluate against my current stupidphone+iPodTouch combo, which actually works quite well but is annoying because it requires two different charging schemes.
14-15 million of the current version of the phone, with a target of 5-6 million units of the yet-to-be-announced CDMA version...and an iOS update?
my kids both have iphones.... so this christmas I made the leap. Couldn’t be happier :)
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