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Apple's (AAPL) use of in-cell screen technology in the iPhone 5 may have contributed to a...

Apple's (AAPL) use of in-cell screen technology in the iPhone 5 may have contributed to a shortfall in supply when the device debuted at the weekend. In-cell screens, which combine the display and touch sensor, are harder to produce, with Sharp, one of Apple's three screen suppliers, in particular experiencing difficulties.
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  • Pinocchio1
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    Once again... how dumb are these analysts.
    A week ago I was watching this Jeffries(?) analyst on the sidewalk outside an AAPL store with eyes as big as 10 cups of coffee... and saying "WOW they might sell 10M units this weekend".
    And this tech-horny-teenager over-excitement became the upper range of "expectations".

     

    These guys should find a job, shoe-shining.
    The shmanalysts world is such a joke of cluelessness.
    The sad part of it is that they drive with their financial friends the market.

     

    wow... this financial sector structure is SO SICK !!! so incompetent !!!
    And they rule the Fed, the IMF, the ECB... no wonder the world's economy looks like this.

     

    The financial sector is the desease of the economy.
    25 Sep 2012, 09:05 AM Reply Like
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