Palm regularly adjusts its product manufacturing levels to manage inventory. In anticipation of the Verizon Wireless launch and Chinese New Year, we increased production levels prior to February, and anticipate ramping production back up after the Chinese New Year ends.
That last paragraph I can very well see. The shut 1 provider way the iPhone is placed in the market is also not a very bright one either. This is specific especially because the provider is not the largest one out there, nor have they become such even though they have had one of the best selling phones for the consumer market for 3 years now.
Hmm, I wonder if we will hear anymore about palms woe's. Palm in general always seems to get the short end of the stick. They come out with more capable hardware and general it always last a few month's and die's.
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