Foxconn, who will be handling 85% of the iPhone 5 production demands, is reporting that their warehouses are operating at full swing and over 150,000 iPhone 5 units are being produced each day.
Supporting manufacturer Largan Precision, who’s handling the lens manufacturing, touch panel and reinforced G-Tech Optoelectronics, and battery producer, is also reporting their warehouses are operating at full capacity.
Yes boys and girls, this means the iPhone 5 is coming… and soon.
Pegatron Technology, who will be handling the other 15% of iPhone 5 production needs, is reporting they will not begin shipping iPhone 5′s until 2012.
Everyone is trying to get ready, as much as possible for the pending iPhone 5 launch. In fact, German phone carrier Deutsche Telekim is currently taking pre-orders for the iPhone 5, and this is before the official name of the device has even been released.
And stores such as Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon are establishing “black out dates” – dates where store employees are not allowed to take any vacation or other time off in preparation for a “big event”.
iPhone 5 search volume indicates an explosion
I put together some iPhone 5 search data a couple of days ago that shows Google search volume for the iPhone 5 is already exceeding the iPhone 4, even pre-launch iPhone 4 period. And the search graph for the iPhone 5 continues to escalate at a very steep vertical.
So the question is – will you standing in line at one of the retailers waiting for your chance to get an iPhone 5?