As New iPhone Production Falters, Apple Investors Lose

September 8, 2017
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If You are an investor in Apple (AAPL) you may want to take a closer look at what is going on behind the scenes. The Wall Street Journal that Apple shares fell slightly on Thursday afternoon after a report that the upcoming iPhone suffered from “production glitches.” (via cnbc.com).

According to the Journal, the new $1,000 iPhone, set for to be revealed on Tuesday, could suffer shipping delays due to complications with a new type of screen, which was difficult to install with Apple’s fingerprint sensors for the Touch ID feature.

With Apple’s future riding heavily on the release of their flagship product, any setback could show signs of a potential slowdown in their stocks performance. After such tremendous growth over the past year ($103.13-$160.15) is this where Apple goes off the rails?

Find out more at cnbc.com.

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