DigiTimes in their reporting that Pegatron facing losses in Q1 2011, claims that the company will be scaling back it’s CDMA iPhone 4 production from a reported 10 million units, to just 5 million. This scale back suggests that the CDMA, Verizon iPhone 4, isn’t selling as well as Apple had hoped. That said, Verizon […]
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CDMA iPhone 4 Sales Lower Than Expected?

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DigiTimes in their reporting that Pegatron facing losses in Q1 2011, claims that the company will be scaling back it’s CDMA iPhone 4 production from a reported 10 million units, to just 5 million.

This scale back suggests that the CDMA, Verizon iPhone 4, isn’t selling as well as Apple had hoped. That said, Verizon did just announced that they had activated some 2.2 million iPhone 4 units since the device launched on their network in February.

This leads me to wonder if the this is actually due to a lack of public interest, or if the demand is slagging because the public is becoming privy to Apple’s release cycle. I mean, I wouldn’t buy a phone if I knew it was going to be outdated in just a few months. Something just doesn’t seem to add up here.

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