The seven-year-long bottleneck in Cuba has finally been eased.
When U.S. output started to soar more recently, the bottleneck came early.
Also, because Jobs insists on being involved in all products that Apple ships, he ends up becoming a bottleneck.
An abrupt and severe reduction in the number of individuals during the history of a species, resulting in the loss of diversity from the gene pool. The generations following the bottleneck are more genetically homogenous than would otherwise be expected. Bottlenecks often occur in consequence of a catastrophic event.
The point at which an industry or economic system has to slow its growth because one or more of its components cannot keep up with demand.