/// Production of iPhone Screens Delayed at Sharp
Japan’s Sharp Corp. hasn’t started mass producing screens for Apple Inc.’s next iPhone, a person with knowledge of the situation said Friday, signaling potential supply problems for the U.S. company as it gears up to unveil its next-generation smartphone next month. People familiar with the situation said that Sharp had planned to start shipping iPhone screens to Apple by the end of August, but mass production has been delayed partly because of manufacturing difficulties. It remains unclear when the company can start shipping the panels, one of the people said. Read the rest of this post on the original site »
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