The Apple Watch is less than a week old, and it already has a defect. Apple reportedly had to scratch a number of completed watches because of an issue with the taptic engines made by another company, the Wall Street Journal reports. These parts are responsible for the tapping sensation in the wrist. However, there are no indications that any faulty watches have made it to the public.
Apple has yet to comment on the defect. The company previously slowed production of the Apple Watch without giving reason. Apple CFO Luca Maestri said the company is trying to get the product in stores by the end of June, but who knows how long it'll be with this new, crushing development.