iPhone 5: It’s An Apple Fact.

Apple’s Technology Failure

With the new iPhone 5 features and display, the demand for this new phone has by no surprise, boomed. Unexpectedly however, this product ran in short supply. As an avid Apple product user, I of course went on to explore the reasons as to why I am, like many of you consumers, stuck waiting for my new iPhone 5 to arrive. The answer can be found all the way in China, where Apple’s production company’s reside.

At this point, I hope you all have had the joyful experience exploring the new iPhone 5. Last week my friend’s arrived in the mail and we played, all day. Then it got me to thinking, why did she have to wait so long for her new iPhone 5 to arrive when she had ordered it weeks ago? I did some exploring and found the explanation. As all new technology devices, they get better with time. Mashable did a story to uncover the truth behind slow production and found this to be true, practice makes perfect. This new phone is so advanced and difficult to make, it is all new sleek thin appearance makes the production even more challenging. Manufactured in China, the company apologizes for the delay but encourages consumers that the production workers are getting better each and every day and that phones will be available again soon to help increase Apple’s declining sale. A little unprepared for this booming product were we? The new iPhone 5’s speed is ahead of our own human kind can keep up with! No, of course I’m just kidding. However, at this rate who knows where technology will take us in the near future. As the Apple manufacturer’s claim, “It can only get better with time.”

What’s The iPhone 5 Productivity Effect?

Internal iPhone 5 Display

You can only image the domino effect this shortage of iPhone 5 phones has produced. Apple’s stock has been hit the hardest in these recent weeks due to this large cut in sales of the iPhone 5. The slower production, as explained by the manufacturers, is partially due to the tighter quality controls during manufacturing to prevent the iPhone 5 from shipping with scratches. This was a big problem with previous iPhone shipments in the past.

As far as the supply however, the company apologizes and states, “The iPhone 5 is the toughest product the company has ever had to make.”
The assembly of this new slick, light weight phone is new to manufacturers, and extremely challenging to assemble.”

The production is slowly getting better with time, and is expected to help increase iPhone 5 sales in the future. Currently, Apple sales are down .4% than expected with this production backup, but expected to even back out within these next few weeks. I’d rather have them take their time with these products then make fast, large bulks of this device and have it sent back for manufacturing issues. I’ve gone through too many phones in my short lifetime to send another one back for internal glitches. As ready as I am for my new phone I am encouraging them to take their time with iPhone 5 productivity, practice will make perfect!

Sleek new iPhone External Display

After further reading the external iPhone 5 features, I will say this. Be careful with your new device! Although the phone is much lighter and thinner, the aluminum material is much easier to scratch up than previous models. The supply constraints for these out-of-the-box scratches have caused Apple’s stock cap to fall. So what do you think? Is the Apple iPhone 5 really the best phone on the market today?

Apple vs. Google

The new iOS6 software for Apple iPhone’s introduced many new advances with the product, such as a whole new Siri, updated Facebook App, Passbook App, and new sharing menus. Tons more features with full details can be found here.

Did anyone notice what wasn’t included? Google apps! YouTube and Google maps have been removed from Apple Products since the recent feud between the two companies. Both companies are now competing with each other with phones, maps, with content, and with search.

So who was in the wrong? Who stepped on whose toes first to stir up this controversy? Was Google slapped in the face to see their manufactured product no longer on Apple devices? Find out more details here.

As a consumer victimized by this feud I have one simple request from Apple now that they stand alone in their product manufacturing. And no, I don’t give a damn about who Apple branches their products with. Quite frankly, I just want it to work efficiently. If it’s fast and easy to use, I’m satisfied. So, from my ignorant consumer standpoint.. Apple, I’m begging you to please make YouTube an active and accessible app to use while browsing through your phone. PLEASE? I cannot stand listening to YouTube songs and having them pause because someone sends me a text, or I need to use Maps while I drive. This could be such a simple fix and is something that drives me absolutely insane every single day! Hopefully they resolve their problems, or Apple improves theirs. Not like I’d boycott using their products or anything. I mean, let’s be real, I am a consumer living in this new technologically advanced world. I’m living in a generation where one feels emptiness and loneliness when they don’t own a cell phone. Our generation wants to, and will continue to, stay in touch with the world via technology. Just saying.

Apple vs. Google

New Technology claims the thinnest, lightest, fastest phone ever.

Is this new iPhone 5 really what it’s all cracked up to be? All I know is my iPhone 4 screen has cracked one too many times for me to truly believe this glass is thin and light, and yet still durable. Yeah. Right. I will say however, Apple has taken over the technological world and our generation has introduced a new tool to an easier way to life. With the answer to nearly everything at your fingertips, it’s no wonder it’s every preteens favorite device. With college students away from home, it’s no wonder it’s their preferred cell phone as well. Adults now have access to emails, meeting locations, a map to the location, and a friendly Siri reminder to attend the meeting. Have we swooned you in yet? The iPhone’s convenience outweighs any over priced device argument any traditional adult may attempt to have with you. Next time ask Grandma if she can store credit card payments, reward cards, coupons, and plane tickets all in one spot like the new Passbook App offers in the iOS6 software. That might quiet them up. However, I still sit here and wonder how far Apple will go? Just how much further potential does this company have, and what will they introduce for our aging generation and new generations to come? I ache in anticipation. Contrary, I also ache in anticipation for my next available upgrade so I can follow this new technological fad and purchase my brand new (1.5 in. longer) iPhone 5!