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Rumor: Apple iPhone screw 5c production further back
Apple would have further reduced the production of the iPhone 5c at Pegatron and Foxconn, the Chinese site claims already brought before the message about a halving production. Instead of 150,000, there would be still no 90,000 copies a day of the smartphone made.
The production of the iPhone 5c at Pegatrons Chinese assembly partner ProTek would be reduced to 80,000 pieces per day, while at Foxconn only the minimum amount of 8000 to 9000 copies produced, writes Unwired View based on a message from the Chinese site CtechCN .
That site brought early October the message that Apple had reduced the iPhone. 5c production from 300,000 to 150,000 per day CtechCN set for the release of the iPhone 5c a user manual of the smartphone online and apparently has contacts with suppliers of Apple.
There have already been reports that the demand for the iPhone 5s is much higher and the iPhone is 5c less popular than Apple had hoped. MacRumors refers to data on iPhone using Fiksu to give an indication of the difference: the iPhone 5s activity would be that of the iPhone 5c surpass 3-to-1, a month ago, that ratio is still 2-to-1 , according to the figures of the analyst.
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