Apple "processor supply constrained"?

By: Meret (, May 1, 2019 1:07 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
Apple's Tim Cook at yesterdays earnings call:

"For our Mac business overall, we faced some processor constraints in the March quarter, leading to a 5 percent revenue decline compared to last year. But we believe that our Mac revenue would have been up compared to last year without those constraints, and don’t believe this challenge will have a significant impact on our Q3 results."

"Revenue was $5.5 billion compared to $5.8 billion a year ago, with the decline driven primarily by processor constraints on certain popular models"

What is he saying and what is he signalling here? Not enough Amber Lakes to satisfy demand? Other models affected? Shaming Intel?
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