24 Million iPhone 4G Units To Be Shipped In 2010 By Foxconn

WWDC10 is just around the corner and we expect a new iPhone. Rumor has it that starting June, Foxconn will ship 24 million iPhone 4G units with an improved display, more memory, and a larger battery. Digitimes reports:

Foxconn will ship 4.5 million units in the first half and 19.5 million units for the rest of 2010. Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 4G on June 7, 2010 during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The new device will adopt IPS (in-plane switching) panels with FFS (fringe-field switching) technology and a 960×640 resolution, Kuo said, noting that LG Display and Prime View International are the panel suppliers.

They also say that the new iPhone will run on the Arm Cortex A8 processor and have a 512MB memory module from Samsung. An earlier rumor says that, because of this “lost iPhone 4G prototype” story, this year we won’t have to wait 2 weeks to get our hands on the new iPhone. They will available during the WWDC10 keynote…