News circulated over the weekend that Apple could not meet supply demands and not able to manufacturer enough iPhone 5’s.  Since the news was released Apple’s stock took a dip of 2.5%.

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Analysts are identifying the new iPhone’s screen as the main culprit behind reports ofsmartphone shortages. The iPhone 5 has a display with an integrated touch panel — a decision that improves the display but also makes it more complex to replace.

“You have to replace the whole thing all at once,” said Kyle Wiens, chief executive ofiFixit, a site that publishes guides for users to fix their own gadgets.

Wiens said that Apple has made severalinnovations with its displays that make it harder to produce, such as bumping up the resolution to a “retina” display quality. Making the screen into one unit, he said, cuts down on the screen’s glare.

Apple said that it may not fill all pre-orders until October, prompting analysts to lower some expectations for the quarter ending in September. Telecom analyst Kevin Smithen of Macquarie Securities said in a note to investors that he has revised his estimates for iPhone activations to 3.2 million fro