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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

The iPhone X will arrive on time: suppliers accelerate production

Yesterday the news broke that Foxconn had only destined 46,500 units of iPhone X abroad. In particular, the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates. Production is having some delay due to complications with the manufacture of FaceTime camera frame 3D sensors.

Fortunately, iPhone X production is steadily stabilizing and shipments are expected to grow significantly after October . At least, so say Apple's supply chain sources.

Apparently since Foxconn in Zhengzhou (China) have begun to accelerate the production of some components such as the modules of 3D sensors of the iPhone X. A positive indicator that shows suppliers will facilitate a larger stock for Christmas in 2017.

The imminent launch of the iPhone X is very important for Apple

Sources have mentioned that deliveries of chips for the iPhone X have been scheduled recently , and orders have been set just in time for the third quarter of 2017.

The same sources also assure that they have not been aware of any delay in the production of the device , thus contradicting the rumors about the problems in the manufacture of the iPhone X.

Demand for chips for the iPhone X is expected to grow during the last quarter of 2017, before slowing down throughout the beginning of 2018.

On the other hand, other providers have noted a certain caution regarding the late availability of the iPhone X, as well as concerns about a higher demand than the production of the device.

Although iPhone 8 sales have gone very well, it is believed that the figures have been slightly lower than expected. And is that many consumers are looking forward to the launch and marketing of the Apple iPhone X. The terminal will arrive in stores from 3 November.

Source | Macrumors 

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