Apple's yearly developer conference should see iOS 8, OS X 10.10, and likely some hardware.
Pegatron's Plans to Boost Workforce by 40% Fueling Lower-Cost iPhone Speculation
Pegatron's Chief Financial Officer Charles Lin told Reuters on Thursday that 60 percent of the company's 2013 revenue would come from the second half.
He declined to comment whether the cheaper iPhone was among the new products to be made in the second half.
Pegatron is a longtime manufacturing partner for Apple, currently handling the iPhone 4S and iPad mini, although the majority of Apple's iOS device assembly is handled by the larger Foxconn. Pegatron currently employs 100,000 workers in its facilities, with yesterday's report indicating that the iPhone 4S and iPad mini each account for more than half of Pegatron's revenue for its communications and consumer electronics divisions respectively.