“A day after the buzzy unveiling of Apple’s new iPad Mini [sic], investors are turning their attention to a big issue hanging over the company: how fast it can make iPhones,” Jessica E. Lessin reports for The Wall Street Journal.
“Supplies of the new handset, which went on sale Sept. 21, have been unusually tight, according to multiple analysts who track inventory,” Lessin report. “The wait for the iPhone 5 tops the list of topics they intend to grill Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook on during the company’s fiscal fourth-quarter earnings call Thursday, they say.”
Lessin report, “New iPhone buyers currently have to wait as much as twice as long for the new device as customers did last time around.”
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