New York City officials are scrambling to figure out whether they can keep up with the growing demand for glasses.
They have been forced to suspend a program for new Glass owners and to hire employees to handle orders for replacements, according to a report by the New York Post.
The program has not been resumed.
The city had expected to begin offering replacement lenses for a limited number of Glass owners at the end of March.
Glass officials are expected to announce the program Monday.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced in March that he will extend Glass owners’ glasses purchases until March 31.
The company has said that it has seen an uptick in demand, as people are turning to wearable computers for entertainment, medical treatment and other purposes.
The number of orders has been a boon for the company, which has been forced over the past two years to raise prices, add new features and move sales to more locations.
The New York state Department of Consumer Affairs has said it will suspend Glass sales from the state until the city can get a better handle on supply.