Choice of aluminium behind delay in iPhone 5 availability
| by Aaron Almeida |
When Apple launched the iPhone 5, some of its buyers were displeased, as the headset came with some scratches on them out of the box. This did not sit well with the higher-ups at Apple is well known for the finishing of its products. Though he may have not admitted it, Apple’s Phil Schiller has issued a statement which read, “Any aluminum product may scratch or chip with use, exposing its natural silver color. That is normal”. Now, a report by Bloomberg states that the choice of aluminium used in the iPhone 5 has slowed down production of the handset.
Scratches found on the device
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