No, I think he meant "how can they start manufacturing in August, release in Oct, without leaks?" I ask the same question. We've seen enough leaks of the 4.7" to build the iPhone at this point. Not so much on the 5.5.
You need to re-read what I said. If Apple can sell 53 million iP5s, then they can easily sell 70+ million of the iP6 4.7". Again - doesn't prove the existence of the 5.5 if we're using "estimates" as "proof."
Apple sold roughly 48 million iPhone 5s' in Q1 2013. 70-80 million expected sales of the iP6 is a rumor, but even if true, it isn't much of a stretch to think Apple expects 70-80 million sales of the 4.7 iPhone 6...this is shaping up to be the biggest release of the iPhone since the original. Plus more countries (Thailand, etc).Still no credible leaks of a 5.5. Your "logic" doesn't convince me otherwise.
I wish we'd see credible leaks of the 5.5. Otherwise I can't help but feel it's a way for analysts to later be "disappointed" that Apple is "sticking to the same old upgrade pattern."
Oh and great for Pegatron, if true. But it is being reported by Digitimes, sooooo....
I love me some Amazon, but you're completely correct. Ordered a new crock pot last night from Target. Basically the same sales price as Amazon, but with the RedCard we got free shipping + 5% off. Not to mention an extra 30 days to return if needed.