The news unconfirmed comes from a Korean source, Apple’s 27-Inch iMac release delayed because of problem in LG display’s panel production.
27-Inch iMac Launch Delayed Due to Problem in LG Display’s Panel Production
According to unconfirmed reports from DigiTimes, the launch of Apple’s 27-inch iMac, set for December 2012, has been delayed due to a problem in LG Display’s panel production. An anonymous source said that only 100,000 panels are currently produced every month, and that production will be improved around February.
LG Display is said to be manufacturing 300,000-400,000 panels per month for the 21.5-inch model, this news comes from a Korean source [Dailian] which is a Seoul-based Internet newspaper that covers current affairs.
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