Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Foxconn recognizes the difficulties in meeting demand for the new iPhone

terry gou Foxconn reconoce las dificultades para cumplir con la demanda del nuevo iPhone

It's been just over a month since the iPhone 5 will be put on sale internationally and remains difficult to find the smartphone in stores worldwide. The reason is lack of stock, since from Foxconn, the Taiwanese company responsible for assembling Apple products are finding complications in meeting the high demand.

Foxconn reported a few weeks ago that the iPhone 5 is more complicated to manufacture device to date, as its weight and thickness make handling more complicated. The company chairman, Terry Gou, today confirmed to the media that "it is not easy to make iPhones" and "they are falling short to meet such demand."

The arrival of the iPad mini and 4th generation iPad would also be making things complicated to Foxconn.

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

Source- Reuters

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