According to Jeffery Fidacaro, an analysts with Susquehanna Financial Group, several people within Apple’s overseas factories and supply chain report that the company will begin assembling CDMA iPhones in December. We’ve previously heard rumors that a CDMA iPhone will be released in January of 2011. If Apple truly does plan on assembling it’s first batch of CDMA phones in December, it is said that they’ll have produced at least 3 million units by January 1.
Even though this may be exiting news for many people, it should be taken lightly. Earlier this year, before the iPad was announced, Fidacaro projected the device would include a 4200RPM spinning hard drive (which it doesn’t) as well as an Intel Atom mobile processor (again, which it doesn’t).