June is coming up really fast, and it’s almost time for the WWDC 2013. So what can we expect from Apple this season? Well there are reports from an analyst at Morgan Stanley that there are multiple iPhone models that will begin production between June and July of this year, and it is expected that these handsets will launch this September.
Also, a supplier has also announced that they are mass producing "iPhone 5S LCD" displays in June. Coincidence?
How about a low-end iPhone? There are rumors circulating that Apple will do just that. That would be great for customers who are not interested in carrier contract subsidies.
Despite the claims from previous months that there was a lower demand for iPhone 5 parts (coming from supply chain sources), it is now looking good for the iPhone, since the orders have just started to increase again.
"After a slow start, iPhone 5, is now on track to meet carrier volume expectations and iPhone 4 price cuts could stimulate incremental demand near-term," the Morgan Stanley analyst said.
A lot to expect from Apple and the iPhone. To read the rest of the report, go to http://appleinsider.com/articles/13/05/08/morgan-stanley-apple-on-track-to-build-multiple-new-iphone-models-in-june-july