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iPhone Manufacturing process

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Aashish Kumar

on 22 March 2013

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IPhone 5 Manufacturing Process Companies involved - Foxconn(New Taipei, Taiwan).
- Corning inc. (Gorilla Glass Manufacturer, New York)
- Catcher Technology (Aluminum manufacture, Suzhou, China) - It has an aluminum back with little glass on top and bottom.
- Smaller sim card
- It now has 4G LTE
- You can now facetime without wifi. (update 6.0 and above)
- IPhone 5 is both a batch and continuous product, Foxconn must make 57 million per year; continuous until the next IPhone. Manufacturing Process The raw materials used in this product are:
- Aluminum
- Ceramic glass on the white models.
- Pigment glass on the black models. Manufacturing Process IPhone 5 Description Machine , texture, and polish the
outer metal of the IPhone. Then they use crystal and diamonds to cut the chamfers. New sapphire lens to make it less likely to scratch A major impact this product has on society
is sales around the world. According to
business insider, the iPhone has had these
projections over the past few years.

iPhone 3GS launched in June 2009, +0.5% expected, +1.22% actual

iPhone 4 launched in June 2010, -0.3% expected, +0.3% actual

iPhone 4s launched in October 2011, +0.1% expected, +0.93 % actual

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/iphone-sales-impact-global-economic-data-2012-10#ixzz2OGaAuvFn By Aashish Kumar FOT1B
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