May 162010
 

We’ve heard loads and loads of rumors on CDMA iPhones – but we haven’t heard anything on order volumes so far.

DigiTimes now reports the following:

Pegatron Technology has received orders for an iPhone based on CDMA from Apple with annual shipments expected to reach 10 million units. The orders should start contributing to the Taiwan-based company’s revenues in August or September, according to sources from component makers.

Pegatron has declined to comment on the report

DigiTimes has recently had quite a few hits, and quite a few misses recently – so let’s see what happens…


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