It has not even launched yet but the iPhone 6 is already causing a few headaches for the fruity purveyor of expensive toys, Apple.
Word on the street is that Apple cannot get enough screens ready for the new iPhone 6 smartphone because at the last minute it needed to redesign a key component. more»
A shortage of workers in China could cause a shortage in notebook shipments for the month of October, according to a report.
As the holiday season approaches, it is expected, according to sources in the supply chain, that a wider gap could occur later in the month. more»
Touch screens could be facing an oversupply as it emerges shipments for notebooks will be lower than expected in Q3 – despite the predicted quarterly growth.
Digitimes reports that top tier vendors like Innolux and BOE, as well as other vendors in China and Taiwan, are expected to expand their production through Q3 and into early 2014, threatening oversupply in the market. more»
Supply chain whispers in Taipei assert that Apple is on schedule to gets its next generation, 9.7 inch iPad out for September.
The iPad mini, meanwhile, may be tinkered with to improve the specs and make it more appealing.
Digitimes thinks the 9.7 inch tablet will sport a slimmer bezel design to make the viewing area larger, with improved battery and half the LED tubes. more»