Michael at TC reports:
Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics giant that produces the iPhone 3G for Apple, has ramped up production to 800,000 units per week, says a source close to Apple with direct knowledge of the numbers. This is “above current full capacity” and there may be some concerns with quality control.
That adds up to about 40 million units a year, up from 6 million first-generation iPhones sold. To put this into perspective, Nokia sold about 436 million phones in 2007 and Motorola sold at least one RAZRs to each of our moms.