Now that the new iPad is available for consumers, Foxconn has started hiring employees to build the next iPhone. According to latest reports, Foxconn is short 20,000 pairs of hands to handle Apple’s production demands for the next generation iPhone (also known as iPhone 5 among Apple fanboys and rumormongers).
Now that the new LTE iPad is here, there is no shortage of rumors about a 4G iPhone that is likely to come in future. LTE was seen in iOS code strings before the new Pad was introduced.
According to a study, most of the damaged iPhones suffer the damage due to water. In fact in UK, most of the iPhones get damaged by falling in the water inside the toilet seat when the iPhone owner is lowering trousers to use toilet. Many times, little toddlers in the house drop the phone and anything in the water. With water being the reason for most of the iPhone damages, iPhone users must have wished for a waterproof iPhone.
Investment bank Morgan Stanley hinted on Friday that Apple’s next-generation iPhone maybe slimmer when it arrives later this year. It is also likely to include a quad-mode chip from Qualcomm that would allow for 3G and LTE functionality across all “network flavors.”
Apple is yet to officially announce the name and official release date of next iPhone but Apple fanboys have named it as iPhone 5, well in advance.