Bloomberg had reported that Apple wouldn’t increase production of the iPhone 14 because demand wasn’t quite what the company had hoped. Jason Hiner went to an Apple store to see what was going on. Hiner: ‘I wasn’t seeing a lack of demand for these phones — or for anything other than the Apple Watch. That table was totally empty. The rest of the rest of America — or perhaps any other parts of California — isn’t a representative for any other part of America, but perhaps it’s a representative. Not for northern California, Texas, or even Texas, but for certain parts of Texas or any other American — but it seemed as good for Apple as it seemed to suggest it’s not for a good for northern Texas. . . .