iPhone 5 demand falling short, says Foxconn chairman



As couple weeks ago, an article was written about Foxconn having a hard time keeping up with the Apple iPhone 5 orders. On Wednesday, the iPhone manufacturer chairman Terry Gou asserted the what has been rumored about  Apple iPhone 5 headset, reports Reuters.

“It’s not easy to make the iPhones,” Gou reportedly said. “We are falling short of meeting the huge demand.”

In the Apple website, the newest apple smartphone, which features the aluminum case and  in-cell touch panel delivery time is set to 2-3 weeks depending on your location. Since it was launched in September, its supply has been limited and the Cupertino company mentioned to be blown away by consumer demand. Recall a couple weeks ago, Foxconn mentioned the brand new Apple sensible-telephone was once essentially the most complicated telephone they ever assembled.

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