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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

This 2017 will have 20 million iPhone X for sale

It seems that the launch of the iPhone X will be much slower than we expected. Apple will only be able to ship 20 million units of iPhone X during this year 2017.

The apple bite company had planned to market 40 million units internationally. However, due to problems in the manufacturing process and delays in shipment of components, the figure has been halved.

According to KGI Securities, during the official launch of the iPhone X to be held on November 3, Apple will sell between 2 and 3 million units that will be available in stores.

The rest of iPhone X units will be marketed in 2018

The Nikkei publication indicates that Apple vendors have had several problems with the manufacturing and assembly process of the OLED screen , but that problem was already resolved in June.

The production of the components of the 3D sensors of the camera has also had certain problems. It seems fortunately things began to take shape in late September in this regard.

Apple CEO Jeff Williams met with Foxconn CEO earlier this week to discuss the supply situation for Apple's iPhone X.

Nikkei claims that there is currently a 10 million iPhone X per month rate, and a total of 20 million during the final period of this year 2017.

Over the past few years, Apple has easily exceeded sales of 10 million units for the new iPhone models in the first week of marketing its devices.

I assume all these stories about the supply chain; delays and production problems, are true, there will be a great lack of stock of the iPhone X in the Apple Stores . Will you be one of the lucky ones to acquire the new smartphone this year?

Via | 9to5mac 

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