New iPhone facing supply issues Video
New iPhone facing supply issues Video Transcript
When's the last time you had a good talk with your chair I'm Bridget Carey misusing an update. Industry rumors had been persistent that the next iPhone will launch on September -- -- first. But it looks like -- -- -- -- and thrown into those plans reports from the Wall Street Journal and Reuters say electronics manufacturer sharp. Could be having problems. Making screens for the -- that could be manufacturing difficulties that are delaying shipments now sharp is just one of three suppliers for Apple screens. It's very unclear how this could change launch expectations or more likely. It that limit on supply. We're expecting any family can -- to be announced on Thursday that images for ones seem to have leaked apparently the birds published French marketing status. As say it -- -- or white has higher contrast high resolution. Integrated lighting and eight weeks of battery life. If these images are the real thing it looks like this would compete with the Barnes & Noble nook simple touch with glow lights the backlit version of the new. The Madden NFL videogame is hot every year -- -- issue -- sales trump the past versions. Electronic arts says it sold 900000 copies at and it fell thirteen in the first 24 hours after it went on sale. It's the most successful Mac and launched an Xbox 316 PS3. You have Xbox connect. This version lets you use the microphone to speak out voice commands like -- or time out. Zune music is slowly being erased from existence. Microsoft is killing some features to prepare for the replacement service called Xbox music which will launch later this year. FaceBook keeps looking for new ways to make money -- you this time -- but we'll let advertisers target you. East on your email and phone number -- -- but isn't giving out your number came out but rather it could share info about an amber light if it's based in certain area. Move over planking and say hot -- he belly because the latest Internet that'll mean craze is -- -- -- taking a photo with an empty chair. During claimed easements speech at the Republican National Convention that actor and director had a conversation with an antique chair as if that was President Obama sitting -- it. Some thought the joke was shot while Twitter acts fast my -- -- soon and chair head on parity Twitter account called invisible Obama. And people use the hash tag -- would -- To share photos of them talking to chairs or having a poke at the moment with Photoshop. Some update viewers joined in on the viral trend in shared their own -- -- moments that -- That's your tech news -- -- -- today you can read up on more -- has not least -- -- in other stories from today on the blogs cnet.com slash update. From our state is in New York -- here. I.
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