As anticipation builds for Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S, a new report suggests Apple will once again have trouble meeting early demand for the new phone. KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo has a good track record when it comes to details surrounding unannounced Apple products, and he reported in a research note that manufacturing issues will leave the iPhone 5S in short supply when it launches in late September.
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