The fault of the delay of the iPhone X has it TrueDepth -


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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

The fault of the delay of the iPhone X has it TrueDepth

Apple never ceases to be news, and less on these dates. After a report stating that Apple vendors are shipping only about 40 percent of the components originally planned for the initial production of the iPhone X , a new one suggests that the TrueDepth camera is the main cause of the delays that will suffer the star of the Californian brand.

The words come from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who said the facial recognition system is " much more complex " than competing devices , making it difficult for Apple to achieve mass production.

" The TrueDepth camera can be the main production bottleneck of the launch of the iPhone X. The 3D detection (TrueDepth camera) on the iPhone X is composed of a structured light system, a flight time system and a front camera, which represents a much more complex structure than that of rivals. It will therefore be more difficult to achieve mass production. As we project the iPhone X we will see a significant increase in production in the middle or late October . "

Kuo, known for being an analyst whose predictions are usually reliable , is the scarcity. Given that the bookings of this device will begin on October 27 , with availability in stores from November 3, all signs indicate that the iPhone X will be difficult to get. Come on, it is not risky to say that many people will have it in early 2018 .

Kuo believes that iPhone X reserves have the potential to exceed 40-50 million units , so it is clear that the device will not reach the supply chain balance for quite some time. The law of supply and demand is unbalanced , as factories are not going to give as many iPhone X as people want.

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