According to “sources” at Taiwanese component suppliers Apple is upping its shipment goals for the iPhone for Q1 2011. The goal has been increased from 19 million units to 20-21 million units according to the sources.
The increase includes an adjustment from 13 million units of WCDMA iPhones to 14-15 million units. The goals for shipments of the long rumored CDMA devices is said to be 5-6 million units for Q1 2011 in the US and Asia. The sources claim that the CDMA iPhone will hit US and Asia in Q1.
DigiTimes reports that Q4 shipments for the WCDMA iPhone is expected to be 15.5 million units with all of 2010 expected to see 47 million iPhones shipped. Foxconn and Pegatron Technology are expected to share production for the rumored CDMA device.