Apple supply issues highlighted as Foxconn insider says iPhone 5 is "most difficult" device it's produced

Apple supply issues highlighted as Foxconn insider says iPhone 5 is "most difficult" device it's produced

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New Apple’s record-breaking iPhone 5 is the most complicated and challenging device that the US firm’s manufacturing partner has ever put together, an executive from Foxconn has reportedly revealed. The iPhone broke records when it launched, selling 5 million devices over the first weekend, but supply has been slow and availability...
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