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October 30, 2013 AT 4:50 PM
A day after Apple hinted at iPad Mini Retina supply shortages, a report from Asia is citing Sharp as the main bottleneck. Sharp is having problems with production yields of the 7.9-inch display for the Mini Retina, according to a report in Digitimes. This comes a day after Apple CEO Tim Cook offered a cautious outlook for supply of the new Mini. Apple's updated iPad Mini page states that the new Retina version of Apple's most popular iPad won't be available until "later in November."