Global sellouts crimp iPhone sales -- for now

09/25/2012 | Computerworld · Bloomberg Businessweek · Wall Street Journal, The

Apple sold 5 million iPhone units its first three days on the market but fell shy of analysts' predictions, largely because of global supply shortages possibly due to the company's decision to deploy a smaller, lighter screen, according to various reports. Some industry observers downplayed the results, predicting that Apple will more than make up for the shortfall in the long term. Around the Web, iPhone 5 received praise from buyers for the speed of the handset's Long-Term Evolution technology.

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