People are constantly waiting for the next “new thing,” knowing that there is a high possibility of limited availability.
Every year, Apple Inc. advertises and shares with their consumers about new generations and models of devices. Whether it is for their MacBook, iPod, iPad, or iPhone products, the company comes out with popular devices that both new and existing customers purchase.
Apple’s iPhone seems to be a popular product and high in demand that many individuals in our society tend to want. On the day of release every year, it seems like a common recurring “tradition” for many people to “camp” at their local Apple stores or respective phone carriage stores (Verizon, AT&T, and Spring), waiting in line for several hours in order to make sure and receive their new iPhones on the first day, whether they preordered it or not.
Many iPhone users who tend to get the latest iPhone upon release just may have to be disappointed this year because of “Apple Having Trouble Producing Enough iPhone 6 Screens, Report Says.”
Availability for the iPhone 6 will be even more limited due to confusion for production. The supplier for the screen supplied a different kind of panel for, resulting that the screen was not bright enough for the layer of backlight for the 4.7-inch version of the iPhone 6. It was simply not fit because it was not bright enough. Does Apple advertise and communicate with their consumers the possibilities? Wouldn’t many be unhappy with this?
Although as for the 5.5-inch version of the iPhone 6, there is expected to be a mass production, how might this news affect those individuals who look forward to buying their new iPhone on the actual release date?