It seems that the bend gate test that has been flying about has yet to damper the sales of the iPhone 6 Plus. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is trying hard to keep up with demands and is pointing the finger to its suppliers to churn out enough units to keep up with the crazy demand the larger variant is getting.
Things are moving to slow for the Cupertino company to the point that the company is ordering suppliers to push the production of the 12.9 inch iPad Pro from December to somewhere in 2015. This is a move to ensure the demand of the iPhone 6 is a priority and met first.
We don’t have much information to go on but rumors has it that the tech giant is even working on a separate 12.9-inch Retina MacBook. It seems kind of a far fetched rumor though seeing as the iPad Pro just got delayed to due inability to keep up with demands. We’re hoping to find out more at the iPad event Apple is holding in a couple of days.