Apple Suppliers Said Readying Larger iPads, iPhones

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Aug. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Tim Culpan reports on anticipation for new versions of Apple’s iPad and iPhone as the company’s suppliers are said to begin production of the latest models. He speaks on “The Pulse.”

Them ready by the holiday season.

Tim, what are you hearing about the products that apple has lined up?

Good afternoon from taipei.

You are right.

There are a couple more ipads on the way to have gone into manufacturing.

That means the suppliers you will be assembling them are ready to bring them out.

That points to new ipads by the end of this quarter or early next quarter.

What we can tell you is there is a new version of the 9.7. that is the most familiar form factor they brought out after a quite a few years.

There is also the 7.9, the ipad mini looking to be bought out by the end of this year.

We have reported before that the new iphones are on their way.

September 9 is the date we are expecting to see new iphones coming out with a larger screen sizes, screen sizes that hopefully will market that target.

A lot of consumers are enjoying the larger screen size.

Apple is finally coming to that party with their largest screen size in september.

So to iphones and to ipads by the end of the year.

September 9 could be a crucial date for all of this.

Honhei is a q1. sales were only up 4.8%. almost no change at all.

The first half of the year for companies like them, a supply chains, are always slow.

We see them push for companies like apple.

But they had basically no growth in the first half of the year.

They need some sort of kick in the second half of the year to get some kind of growth.

They need to see some of these new tonics, line.

They need to put it out to the market and they themselves can get some sales at the end of the

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