Friday, October 19, 2012

The lack of stock of iPhone 5 is due to its complex manufacturing process

 La falta de stock del iPhone 5 se debe a su complejo proceso de fabricación

A month ago went on sale the iPhone 5 in the first wave of countries and a week later, the new smartphone from Apple saw the light in other territories such as Spain. However, today it is still almost impossible to get one of the terminals, as only units available for sale.

Initially Sharp - the manufacturer of the phone screen-admitted that he had trouble meeting the deadlines imposed by Apple, but two days later confirmed that they were going to meet the deadlines.

So, what should be the problem with the lack of stock of iPhone 5 in countries like Spain? Foxconn takes responsibility. According to an executive of the factory, "among all the devices that have passed through Foxconn, the iPhone 5 has been, without doubt, the most difficult to assemble." Why? Because the phone is too small and light, making it difficult manufacturing tasks.

This same executive has said that as time passes, employees are becoming more skilled at making the terminal and, therefore, should begin to meet demand soon.

More- Sharp states that already meet the expected demand for Apple

Source- The Wall Street Journal

Article The lack of stock of iPhone 5 is due to its complex manufacturing process was originally published in News iPhone .



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