Not too long ago, it was reported that production on the next-gen iPhone had already begun, and it looks like those claims are now being backed up by a report from DigiTimes, who are saying that Apple’s manufacturing partner, Pegatron, has reportedly begun production on the next-gen iPhone. Of course for those who have followed tech news and rumors, DigiTimes isn’t exactly the most accurate source to date, but they have been proven right in the past which is why we suggest taking this piece of info with a grain of salt. Then again, assuming Apple is keeping to their scheduled release of the iPhone this year, we guess it’s not really a stretch of the imagination to think that production of the handset might have already begun. Either way be sure to check back with us for more news and updates on the iPhone 5!
- 2013-12-16: Pegatron Details Use Of Facial Recognition Technology Amid Claims Of Labor Violations
- 2013-12-12: Apple's Medical Experts Find Worker Death Wasn't Due To Working Conditions
- 2013-12-11: Activists Target iPhone 5C Supplier Pegatron After 15-Year-Old Worker's Death
- 2013-09-05: Apple Sends Team Of Experts At Factory Accused Of Labor Violations
- 2013-09-05: iPhone 5C Casing Manufacturer Allegedly Mistreating Workers In China
- 2011-08-04: Pegatron ships iPhone 5 in September?
- 2011-07-05: Pegatron received 15 million iPhone 5 orders
- 2011-04-28: Rumor: Pegatron cuts CDMA iPhone 4 production early
- 2011-01-24: Pegatron to make 10M initial iPhone 5 units