Sep 26

Apple set a company record by selling over five million units of the iPhone 5 during the device’s launch weekend and run out of iPhone 5 pre-orders in just about an hour. Because of this the shipping estimates for new orders are up to 3-4 weeks. Bloomberg reports that Apple’s tight supplies are a result of the new in-cell technology being used for the iPhone 5’s display.

Apple used the technology in the first major iPhone overhaul since 2010 to make the device more svelte, an attribute that helped lure a record 5 million buyers in three days. Yet producing in-cell screens is also more painstaking than earlier screen types, contributing to bottlenecks.

Macrumors explains “The technology integrates the touch sensors directly into the display rather than adding them as a separate layer, allowing for thinner displays.” » In-Cell Display Technology, Reason For Tight iPhone 5 Supplies

May 16

Update seven, is a leading european CRM software creation company that has released a Touch version of it’s software.
Official statement:
When routine leads to inertia, it’s time for new ideas such as CRM on the iPhone. touch is a major usability milestone, heralding the departure from decades-old navigation schemes towards true ease of use and accessibility.
the clear and intuitive user interface design, coupled with Apples Multi-Touch display technology, elevates simplicity to an art form.
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