“Apple’s component supply chain may have managed to resolve supply issues, as new reports out of China have production ramping up for the iPad mini as well as the shortage-plagued new iMac,” Kevin Bostic reports for AppleInsider.

“The report comes by way of CCIDNet, which cited industry source claims that iPad mini supply constraints have been overcome,” Bostic reports. “Those sources expect first quarter iPad mini shipments to reach about 11 million units. “

Bostic reports, “Likewise, the source claims that Apple’s suppliers have solved the new iMac bottleneck, and shipments of Apple’s all-in-one desktop can be expected to increase in the first quarter. “

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]