IHS teardown reveals many iPhone 5 components change, but most suppliers remain the same
Press release; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES
A physical teardown of the iPhone 5 confirms the bill of materials (BOM) and manufacturing cost reported last week in an IHS iSuppli virtual teardown. The low-end model with 16GB of NAND flash memory carries a BOM of US$199, with the cost rising to...
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The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted production and weakened consumer confidence, with all ICT sectors bracing for major declines in shipments. Digitimes Research has conducted analyses on three mobile device sectors, namely notebooks, smartphones and tablets in the wake of the outbreak.