We have done many discussion here on the Apple’s next generation iPhone release and its features, but if you still want some more news and evidence to prove that Apple’s is quietly readying for the launch, according to the report of Digitimes, Apple is cutting the orders of the various components which uses in the production of iPhone 4, the report claims that Apple is putting pressure on the manufactures of PCB (printed circuit boards), optical components (camera), touch panels, and battery modules to cut costs by 10% in the second quarter of 2011.

According to the detailed report, analysts believes the 70% growth in the popularity in the second quarter, because Apple is preparing to launch the next generation iPhone, the interesting bit of the report, it didn’t make the mention of iPhone 5, instead they used “iPhone 4S”


It is expected that Apple will release iPhone 5 in the next few months, may be this fall and continued growth in business because of its tablet.


[Via DigiTimes]