“If Apple is in fact holding an iPhone event on September 12th, it could create some unexpected problems, an investor memo from Sterne Agee’s Shaw Wu indicates,” Electronista reports.
“Based on ‘supplier checks,’ the analyst notes that he only expects volume production of iPhones to happen in late September,” Electronista reports. “If so that could meant that while suppliers will make a fair amount of money in the September quarter, Apple itself won’t see a substantial amount of money until the December quarter.”
Electronista reports, “A potential contributor to this is the new, thinner in-cell touchscreen technology Apple is believed to be using, which could create a production bottleneck.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]