Not just that, but for a supposed supply-chain and logistics guru, he's doing a pretty piss poor job of it in my books. First there was the farce that was the Apple Watch launch and now we have the retardedly constrained supplies of iPhone 7 models and series 2 watches.
As an aside - I was lucky enough to get the last matte black iPhone7+ in the Adelaide Apple store. I asked the salesperson about the series 2 watch and he just rolled his eyes and said 'Don't say those two words "series" and "two"'. He also said that they had already sold out of touch bar MBPs pretty much in the same day they received stock.
In the modern age of supply chain management and the like how does this even happen? I can understand initial shortages while the factories ramp up production, but for them to have continued for almost 12 weeks? That's pretty piss poor if you ask me.