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Iphone to trickle by end of June or early July. April 19, 2007

Posted by farshadf in Uncategorized.
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Whispers on the street have it that Apple has run into some issues with the iPhone‘s OS, preventing a solid supply of the much-ballyhooed phone to hit stores in time for the launch. A source from the manufacturer has this to say on the situation: “It does not look feasible that Apple will be able to ship units out in May to make the shipping date in the US (June), so expect units to trickle by end of June or early July.” Apparently, Apple has sent 50 engineers to Taipei to work around the clock to get the bugs worked out so the iPhone can ship on time. That’s a lot of engineers. The source claims that such a shift in manpower is part of the reason Leopard was delayed. We’re not sure how likely it is that Apple would send that many people halfway around the world, but anything is possible. Take it with a grain of salt.

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