With the iPhone 5 pre-orders passing the 2 million mark in just 24 hours which is double the digits that iPhone 4S had passes last year, it's obvious that Samsung would try something to counter this amazing news and challenge it's opponent in the market. The iPhone 5 hits stores Friday in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom. It rolls out in 22 other countries on September 28.
Also See : iPhone 5 Unlocked Price in US : $649 (16GB), $749 (32GB) And $849 (64GB)
The report said Samsung plans to fire back in another way, too. Samsung is asking Apple to pay more for the processors it produces at an Austin, Texas, plant and is promoting itself as "the only firm that can guarantee on-time delivery, output commitment and better pricing for mobile application processors," one executive told The Korea Times.