A (IMHO) nonsensical article at http://www.t-gaap.com/2015/4/16/over-slash-under-angela-ahrendts-out-by-june suggests that Ahrendts is in "CYA" mode and is somehow to blame for customers who will be disappointed at the unavailability of the Watch in Apple's retail stores on the 24th. It's nonsensical since it seems she has zero influence over the supply chain. Or am I missing something? To my eye there is very little going on that wouldn't be expected of any high-profile Apple launch. Supplies are always limited, stock-outs are always common, and the situation resolves over a couple months. Meanwhile the earliest adopters--the ones who started clicking their orders into the system at 00:00:01 Pacific time on launch night--get a few gratifying weeks of being the only kids on their block with the shiny new gizmo. Name a major Apple launch where this hasn't held true. So why would anyone blame Ahrendts?