Apple iWatch components reportedly being shipped for validation

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An August/September timeframe has been mentioned in the most recent Apple iWatch rumors we’ve reported — alongside some UV-light exposure sensors — and now another rumor seems to predict the same period: September, to be more specific. It is, however, based on anonymous industry sources, so treat the information accordingly.

Furthermore, the report claims that Flexium Interconnect, Zhen Ding Technology Holding and Career Technology, have all dispatched their flexible PCB samples (printed circuit board) — Apple iWatch components — to Cupertino for validation. The reports continues to mention fairly large amounts of money these FPCB suppliers are willing to invest in order to ramp up production capacities for 2014 (Zhen Ding with $100 million, Flexium Interconnect with anywhere between $49.6-66.12 million and Career Technology with about $33 million) as far as Apple’s products are concerned (and not necessarily only the upcoming iWatch.

Source: Digitimes

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