As we begin the slow decent into the June iPhone release, more and more parts news is coming out of Asia.  Today, Digitimes is reporting, in some awfully unspecific terms, that:

Taiwan-based handset component suppliers have begun shipping components and parts for the new iPhone that Apple is likely to launch in June, the Chinese-language Commercial Times has quoted sources at component suppliers as indicating.

Shipments of the old and new iPhones could top 2-3 million units, respectively, a quarter after Apple launches the new models, the paper quoted component suppliers as saying.

Yep.  Hard to pull anything good from there.  But just thought you’d like to know.


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