Jul 17

AllThingsD, reports that  production ramp up of the next generation iPhone should begin around the end of this month, ahead of an expected fall introduction that could include a second, lower-cost version of the device. Jefferies analyst Peter Misek said “that iPhone production ramp-up will follow one that’s already under way for Apple’s long-rumored lower-cost iPhone, a device he figures the company will price somewhere between $300 and $400 — without a subsidy“. » iPhone 5S Production Will Reportedly Begin Later This Month

Feb 20

Some intriguing photos has been discovered on a Chinese forum of an apparent iPad Retina Display production line. “The forum posting contains some blurry spy shots of what it is calling the iPad 3 2048 x 1536 display, but perhaps more interestingly, has a photo of packed up Retina Displays.” The forum post also claims these Retina Displays are made by Samsung and the plant is located in the Wujiang City, Radiant Opto-Electronics LCM sector. You can find more spy photos and information after the break. » Spy Photos of Samsung iPad 3 Retina Display Production

Mar 23

China Times is reporting that they have production details regarding Apple’s fifth generation iPhone. They say the next gen iPhone is in “trial production” and will start the full production in the third quarter of this year. They also say the iPhone 5 will get a larger screen, and a new antenna design because of the well known issues with antenna design of the iPhone 4. » iPhone 5 Coming Out In Q3

Jul 24

Apple announced yesterday that the launch of the white iPhone will be delayed again! Now we all would like to know when right? Well all we know is that it will be ready “later this year”. This is because Apple has some problems painting the iPhones white. They cant paint it to thick, otherwise the components will not fit correctly, but if they paint it to thin you can see through the paint layer.

White models of Apple’s new iPhone 4 have continued to be more challenging to manufacture than we originally expected, and as a result they will not be available until later this year. The availability of the more popular iPhone 4 black models is not affected.