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Monday, 16 October 2017

There are only 46,500 iPhone X ready to send, will it be yours?

The first iPhone X units have already been shipped out of China, according to local media reports. Foxconn has targeted smartphones to two different countries.

But, unfortunately, the shipments are only 46,500 units of iPhone X. This is a much lower figure than other models, such as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Most likely, the lack of units is due to manufacturing problems that will present delays in launching the terminal.

Where will the first Apple iPhone X arrive?

Estimates indicate that production will provide up to 400,000 units per week , according to Nikkei. Although reservations have been made early, we may see a very low stock of iPhone X until probably the beginning of 2018.

    "Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai) has begun shipping the first iPhone X devices, with the first batch of 46,500 units being shipped from Zhengzhou and Shanghai to the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates respectively."

Problems with TrueDepth components for the FaceTime camera 3D system are the reason why iPhone X production is so low. The demand for the iPhone X depends largely on the number of sales of the iPhone 8.

A recent study by KGI Securities has indicated that sales of the iPhone 8 are much better than expected. As for the iPhone X, it is expected to have at least one million orders. However, there will be a large number of users who will wait patiently one or two months after the launch of the terminal to see if the iPhone X meets the expectations of other consumers.

What do you think about this news? Is it normal that Apple has had so many problems with the new design and new hardware of the iPhone X? Is the delay in production of the smartphone a failure?

Source | 9to5mac 

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