Sharp says it’s making “adequate volumes” of displays for the iPhone 5, reports “Reuters.” A company exec says a possible bottleneck in supplies of screens may have eased, the article adds.

Analysts have blamed a shortage in display supplies for leaving Apple with too few iPhones to meet demand at its launch this month. At the end of August three weeks before the new iPhone went on sale, Sharp, which was supposed to be mass producing at its Kameyama plant in central Japan, had fallen behind schedule, a source earlier told “Reuters.”

However, that’s been resolved, a Sharp executive told the publication at a press briefing in Osaka, western Japan, speaking on the condition that he remained anonymous.