According to Chinese language Economic Daily News, Foxconn, a Taiwan-based component makers started receiving order for Apple’s Next Gen iPhone. Foxconn has been receiving components from the various suppliers like TPK, Wintek, Chimel Innolus, TXC, Kinsus, Largan Precisia, Genius Electronic, Taifles Scientific, Leadertek starting in April.
Foxconn, the assembler for the iPhone 3GS, will again assemble the new device, and Chimei Innolux will join previous panel suppliers TPK Touch Solution and Wintek in providing touch-panel modules for the iPhone 4G, the report said.
If you are familiar with Foxconn, is a the trade name of the Taiwan based firm Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Foxconn is the largest manufacturer of electronics and computer components worldwide, and mainly manufactures on contract to other companies. Among other things, Foxconn produces the Mac Mini, the iPod and the iPhone for Apple Inc.; Intel-branded motherboards for Intel Corp.; various orders for American computer manufacturers Dell and Hewlett-Packard; motherboards for UK computer maufacturer Zoostrom; the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 for Sony; the Wii for Nintendo;the Xbox 360 for Microsoft, cell phones for Motorola, the Amazon Kindle, and Cisco equipment
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