If you were hoping to snag a new iPhone 6 after its introduction in early September, you may have to wait a bit. According to a Reuters’ report, Apple suppliers are “scrambling” to make sure there are enough screens for the newest iPhone. The problem stems from the need to redesign a key component, which disrupted production of the panels, supply chain sources said. The article goes on to say that it still is not clear whether the “hiccup” would delay the launch or limit the number of phones initially available.

Apple has a scheduled media event for September 9 and many industry observers expect it to unveil a two new iPhone models, both with bigger screens.

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Wayne Thorp
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Wayne A. Thorp, CFA, is editor of Computerized Investing and a vice president and the senior financial analyst at The American Association of Individual Investors (AAII). He is also the program manager for AAII's Stock Investor Pro fundamental stock screening and research database program and is on the advisory boards of AAII's Stock Superstars Report and Dividend Investing newsletters. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a 1997 honors graduate of DePaul University in Chicago. Wayne's interests include stock screening, technical analysis and charting, social media and tech gadgets. However, in the summer he'd prefer to be hip-deep in northern Michigan's Manistee River fly-fishing for rainbow trout.

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