- Apr 12, 2001
Arstechnica's blog provides some confirmation of earlier reports that Apple's iPhone is going through last-minute quality control and development issues.
An earlier report claimed Apple had run into several issues with the iPhone's software as well as some concerns about Battery life.
Ars claims that according to their source that Apple has "50 OS engineers working around the clock in Taipei to make sure that this shipped on time." They also claim that the last minute issues remain "software Q/A and OS-related issues" rather than battery life concerns.
As a result, their source believes that only a "trickle" of iPhones will make there way into shipping by the end of June, with difficulties with keeping up with early demand.