Tim Cook, after announcing Apple's financial results for the first quarter of 2013, has responded to a series of questions from journalists.
One of the questions concerned the long delays experienced in Apple's production line this quarter, especially in products like the new iMac.
Tim Cook responded by saying that he did not waste much time looking back. But if it took time back then it would definitely delay the presentation of the new iMac models as the delays were too great for consumers. Indeed, he compared their presentation with that of the iPad Mini, indicating that the calculations for the second one were accurate and he liked that so many people found it available as soon as it was also the consumer's basic desire. On the contrary, iMac would have liked to have presented them a few months later so that there are few delays and less indignant customers.
I do not have to worry about the fact that I'm not sure what to expect from the iPad ... it was in deficit in the December quarter, I would not have done that differently because we were able to get the product out to many customers that wanted it. In retrospect, I wish it [iMac] was after the turn of the year so customers would not have had to wait as long as they did.
Dimitrios Georgoulas @ GreekAppleNews
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