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A new report out of Asia suggests that Apple will expand its supply chain beyond Foxconn and Pegatron. New suppliers and assemblers, however, could affect component and build quality of the iPhone 5S and beyond.

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For years, nearly all of the world's iPhones and iPads rolled off the assembly lines of a single company: Foxconn.

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Even when reports say that the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) supply chain is facing a slow down, it is important to note that things are still moving at a very high rate of speed.

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Apple iWatch

Apple’s rumored wristwatch could arrive as early as the second half of this year if everything goes as planned.

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Tuesday, 30 October 2012 11:12

More supply chain problems for Apple

Apple SupplyChainAfter rumors of an iPhone 5 shortage due to Apple cutting ties with supplier Samsung, the tech giant may now have another concern about its production capabilities - this time with the just-announced iPad Mini.

Apple recently announced its intentions to release a smaller version of its hit iPad, which will ship out to consumers on November 2. Demand is expected to be high, as loyal Apple customers typically order their products before they hit store shelves and this new, cheaper alternative to the iPad has been hotly anticipated for months already.

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Padmini-5-275x295Wednesday may be a big day for tech news. Rumors have been flying around that Apple will be sending out invitations on Oct. 10 to a product announcement event. If it is true, we are about to discover the truth behind the iPad mini rumors. We can all assume that the device exists. However, when it will drop is the big question.

Many industry analysts have speculated the smaller Apple tablet will make it to store shelves in time for the holiday season. Some think the iPad maker will stick with tradition and wait until spring to launch the new product. The Wall Street Journal seems to think Apple will release the iPad mini this fall and has information that suppliers have more than 10 million units on order right now.

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Wednesday, 26 September 2012 08:08

IPhone 5 Costs Stay in Check

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Despite Pricier Display, Apple's Component Expenses Rise Just $9 Above 4S.

Some important components used to build Apple Inc.'s iPhone 5 cost a little more than those of the phone's predecessor, owing to an improved display and a more-advanced main processor chip.

Yet Apple was able to take advantage of lower costs on other components and kept its overall component expenses just slightly higher.

That was the conclusion of an analysis conducted by the research firm IHS on Friday.

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Wednesday, 19 September 2012 09:07

Apple's real iPhone 5 ace: Its supply chain

iphone-5-release-dateApple's iPhone 5 didn't serve up many surprises, but analysts were impressed that the company is able to manage its supply chain and deliver some aggressive launch dates.

Apple's didn't surprise too many observers with its iPhone 5 features, specs and pricing, but one shocker to analysts was how fast the company could ramp its rollout. 

Going into the iPhone 5 announcement, analysts expected supply shortages and other constraints. Instead, Apple delivered an aggressive cadence.

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 07:14

Apple Supply Chain: Now With Less Samsung

iPhone teardown-380x285Apple has long been one of Samsung’s largest customers, and Samsung one of Apple’s biggest component suppliers.

But with tensions between the two companies running high, thanks to a sprawling global patent battle, and with Apple working to diversify its supply chain, the pair’s previously symbiotic relationship is beginning to change.

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Apple SupplyChainApple’s famed supply-chain could face a stern test this holiday season.

Having already seen the enthusiasm with which the iPhone 4S was welcomed last holiday season, many expect the same euphoria following the launch of the iPhone 5 this year to be the biggest device upgrade cycle in Apple’s history.

While the demand for this device is, in all likelihood, set to touch all-time highs, Apple’s main worry will be matching the high demand with supply. In this regard, concerns that Apple may have a tough time meeting iPhone 5 demand are being raised, with a couple of reports claiming that one of Apple’s key partners, Sharp Corp, has fallen behind on its production of screens for the iPhone 5 due to high costs and ‘manufacturing difficulties’.

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