Apple slowly solving the production problems that have occured
We all heard and read the continuous rumors and reports concerning the fact that Apple faces some production shortages on a few flagship devices, which has been bothering the company for quite some time now.
This issue influenced the production of both the iPhone 5s and the iPad mini Retina, which ultimately had a reflection in the supplies. However, now news from Wall Street Journal suggest that Apple is finally on a battle with the troublesome issue of shortages.
When you read into the report you will understand that Foxconn will continue to fill orders for the iPhone 5s but Apple will now add a company called Wistron, that also builds for BlackBerry and Nokia, in order to cover the production of their iPhone 5c. What is more, it seems that with the beginning of next year Apple will bring another firm – Compal Communicatons in order to be able to manufacture the iPad mini.
It certainly seems that Apple is not going to give it up and will continue to push and find ways to cover all the manufacturing that it needs to cover for all of its devices to be delivered on time.
Although Apple has arranged new contracts with so many suppliers the issues with the iPhone 5s and the iPad mini Retina still remain for the coming holiday season as most of the contract are focused on next year’s production, which can’t be good for the Cupertino company.
Intriguingly along with the production issues something else also brings our attention in the Wall Street Journal report. The fact that Apple has recruited more space for production of iPhones in China next year even though Apple has not placed any orders is interesting all on its own.
Maybe after all the production may not be that bad when it comes to the new iPhones and iPads.