New Market Research Offers Insights and Details on iPhone 5 Key Component Suppliers

FARMINGTON, Conn., Oct. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Rival smartphones are facing fierce competition with the release of the new iPhone 5 breaking sales records. Global Information Inc. is pleased to announce two new market research publications that provide an exclusive look at the Apple iPhone 5 from an industry point of view. The first report covers Apple's product, pricing and regional development strategies, particularly the Chinese market where demand is expected to bolster iPhone sales growth. The second report examines how Apple plans to maintain pace of innovation and how it may deal with its reliance on Samsung components.


The Significance of Apple iPhone 5 Launch and Its Impact on Global Smartphone Market

Since the launched of the first Apple iPhone in 2007, global 3G mobile developments have been gaining speed, leading to a revolution in the human machine interface across a wide range of devices. Five years later, Apple outperforms Nokia, Motorola, and RIM and gains its dominance. Other than rewriting the history of the mobile phone industry, Apple's influence also has spilled over to the PC market. This report examines the impact of the iPhone 5 launch on the global Smartphone market and provides an insight into product, pricing and regional market development strategies of Apple for the iPhone.

An executive summary and free sample pages from the full report are available at

Apple iPhone 5 Product Strategies and Key Component Suppliers

Apple's CEO Tim Cook represented the long-awaited Apple iPhone 5 on September 20, 2012 in the United States, with features as anticipated such as LTE (Long Term Evolution) network support, 4-inch Retina display, In-cell touchscreen technology, 8MP main camera and 1.2MP HD front-facing camera. Despite being criticized for being an iterative product – rather than a revolutionary one – it is observed Apple continues working on enhanced user experience on iPhone 5.

As one of the biggest consumer tech product launches in history, Apple's ability to sell iPhones 5 is limited largely by their capacity to manufacture them. This report examines major features of iPhone 5 and provides an insight into Apple's product strategies from component suppliers' point of view.

Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include: Apple, Avago, Broadcom, CMO, Compeq Manufacturing, Elpida, Ericsson, Flexium, Fujikura, Genius Optical, HTC, Huawei, Ibiden, InterDigital, JDI, KDS, Largan Precision, LG, LG Innotek, LGD, Micron, Motorola, NDK, Nippon Mektron, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, OmniVision, Pegatron, Qualcomm, Samsung, SEMCO, Sharp, SK Hynix, Skyworks, Sony, Sumitomo Chemical, Toyocom, TPK, TriQuint, TXC, Unimicron, ZTE

An executive summary and free sample pages from the full report are available at

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