Apple Producing Twice as Many iPads per Month, and Looking to Step it Up Further

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Apple has doubled its monthly output capacity of the iPad and is now manufacturing 2 million per month to meet strong consumer demand, but the company reportedly would like to go even further and produce 3 million every month very soon.

Analyst Katy Huberty with Morgan Stanley indicated that iPad builds recently increased to 2 million per month, up from the previous number of just 1 million a month. Apple allegedly indicated to its suppliers that it would like to produce 3 million a month starting in the fourth calendar quarter of 2010.

More good news in terms of the iPad’s huge market success.  It makes perfect sense too, with demand for the device still high.  I can’t wait to see what sales numbers look like when they’ve gone a few months with supply pretty much matching demand.

Via: Apple Insider


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