Slowly as steadily as rumors surface up through the recent technological advancements, every day we are treated to newer insights in reference to better innovations. Along these lines, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has dispatched information regarding Apple’s low-cost iPhone. The associated tidings signify the arrival of the device having a 4-inch screen, plastic casing, and multitudinous color options as similar to Apple’s iPod. These reports are narrations as highlighted from AppleInsider and there are also important disclosures revealed regarding the device’s plastic and fiberglass casing.
This model will employ a “super-thin plastic casing mixed with glass fiber” Also, this particular material will be responsible in making the specific innovation stronger, thinner and lighter which is differential over the typical smartphone plastic casings. The thickness expected is estimated to be between 0.4 and 0.6mm, which is usually thinner than the usual average plastic casing at between 0.7 and 1 millimetre.
According to reports presented previously the general understanding was that the phone will be made available in six colors. This was a presumption made before, however now Kuo has spoken out dishing out details staying cautious pointing it out that it will be made available in “between four and six” colors.
Foxconn is deduced to be the key supplier to manufacturing the phones and it is believed that the additional casings for phones that will be made by Green Point which will be assembled by Pegatron. The general interpretation is that Pegatron will be the source for assembling the majority unit of the low-cost iPhones. This stems from the fact that Apple is initiating a process to diversify suppliers!