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iPhone 6 might finally break the iPhone curse

11
Feb
2014

Every year for the past few years, Apple has launched a new iPhone. And with the exception of the likely ill-fated iPhone 5c, every new iPhone that launches each year has been in short supply with respect to the enormous demand we always see for new Apple wares. Apple always seems to sell as many new iPhone models as its manufacturing partners manage to build, but rumors of manufacturing issues at Foxconn or one of Apple’s many component suppliers sprout up each year followed by launches that see constrained supply. With the iPhone 6, however, it looks like Apple might be taking fewer risks in an effort to break the iPhone curse. Citing multiple unnamed industry sources, Digitimes on Tuesday reported

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