Katy Huberty of Morgan Stanley isn’t the only one with news of Apple’s plans to kick off iPhone 5S production this Summer. We also have a report from Nikkan which notes that displays for Apple’s next-gen iPhone will be manufactured by a trifecta of Sharp, LG, and Japan Display.
Sharp also begin in June the mass production of the next model for the liquid crystal panel of the (multi-function mobile phone) smartphone that Apple is planning on. Appears to have embarked on production readiness of consecutive holidays from May Kameyama Plant No. 1 of Apple smartphones LCD dedicated plagued by sluggish occupancy rate since the beginning of the year in (Kameyama, Mie Prefecture).
So the orders for the iPhone 5S are in, apparently, and now we play the waiting game.
Remember, though, that it was originally anticipated that iPhone 5S production would get going in March, all in time for a Summer release. Technical difficulties involving the iPhone 5S’s rumored fingerprint authorization sensor, however, apparently delayed that by quite a bit.