The Asian store has become the first in the world to take orders for the next generation handset, despite the fact it is yet to be officially announced, Kotaku reports.
Reports suggest that the iPhone 5 will be released in September or October, with Apple allegedly having ordered its production in early May.
Apple's next generation iPhone is believed to feature a larger display than its predecessors, following speculation that the firm has begun ordering 4-inch screens from its Asian suppliers.
The handset will run iOS 6, and is rumoured to run off an ARM S5L8950X processor with 1GB of RAM. Earlier reports predicted that its casing will be made of liquid metal.
Apple is also said to be working on its first budget tablet, the iPad Mini, touted as a competitor to the Kindle Fire and the upcoming Google Nexus 7.