While Apple is rumored to ready for releasing its upcoming next generation iPhone 5 in this fall anytime but at least not in September, it is reported that Apple has increased its manufacturing quota for the 2nd half of 2011. According to the new report of Digitimes, it is claimed that Apple has increased the iPhone orders from 50 million units to 56 million and this quota will cover all of the recent available iPhone models and also the upcoming model, from the report it is suggested that Apple ordered its manufacturing partners to build at least 25 to 26 million units of their upcoming iPhone 5 to meet the customers requirement while following it, Apple also planned to build 7 million iPhone 5 units in the Q3 of this year.
On other according to the report, analyst suggests that Apple discovers that they will meet high number of sales in the fourth quarter of the year and therefore they planned to build at least 20 million units of iPhone 5 in Q4 of 2011. While this report doesn’t contain any detail about the launch of the device. According to our rumor mill, it is highly expected that Apple will release its iPhone 5 in the October, and the device will carry A5 dual core processor along with 8 megapixel camera.