Rumor: CDMA iPhone 4 orders cut by half?

According to DigiTimes, Apple has cut its order of CDMA-powered iPhones by half.

The move is reported to be an adjustment as initial sales have dropped off. DigiTimes claims that the iPhone 4 assembler Pegatron originally expected to ship 10 million CDMA iPhone 4s to Apple in 2011, but now this number is down to 5 million.

I find this drop a little hard to believe. While I’m sure the initial sales were much higher than normal, this is common with most products. However, with iPhone 5 rumors circulating more and more, maybe some consumers are simply waiting to see what happens.

Article Via AppleInsider

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