Thursday, July 7, 2011

Induction charger and the new iPhone 5

Apple iPhone would be some prototypes using an induction charger in its research and development centers. The firm is currently conducting some experiments according to the Wall Street Journal that stimulus as the rumor of an iPhone nano would be always in the laboratories of the brand. The newspaper also claims that one of the manufacturers of iPhone, Hon Hai would have performance problems that could hamper the release of the iPhone 5.

It now seems proven that Apple has decided to continue to call Pegatron and Hon Hai to manufacture its next iPhone. Today, the two assemblers share the production of GSM and CDMA smartphones of the company at the apple. A few days ago, we had to report that Pegatron received orders to make the iPhone 5.

Today, the same information comes from Hon Hai. According to rumors, Apple hopes to deliver 25 million iPhone by the end 5 of the year. Hon Hai has confirmed the information to hint when he announced that the iPhone yields were not satisfactory and that he hoped to improve its production in the second half of this year.

The idea that Apple is testing the inductive charger is relatively normal. Palm Pre already uses such a system and many accessories for iPhone can enjoy. The problem is that application components that require Apple to increase the thickness of the smartphone. The company has preferred to wait.

The Wall Street Journal suggests that the technology could get the iPhone to be released in 2012.

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