You could argue that Apple did so when it launched some newer phone models and the iPad, since it didn't back up the launches with enough production to meet demand. In other words, it might have needed to shift some of the costs into producing an adequate supply. But then again, others might say this was clearly intentional, since it might have even made demand greater. I'm not sure this would, strictly speaking, be defined as surpassing the production-possibility frontier, but it's one possible example that jumps to mind. Maybe other people have more clearly defined examples.