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Monday, 27 November 2017

This Christmas, there will be iPhone X for all

With the arrival of Black Friday begins the period of Christmas shopping, a month of consumer infarction where Apple gadgets are always among the favorites of technological users. As you know, although you can buy the iPhone X from November 3 in theory, the reality is that the shipping periods since that date have been several weeks . However, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that suppliers have set foot on the accelerator to meet the demand that is expected.

And it is that the bad tongues assured in the last times that if the iPhone X now arrives much earlier at the homes it is not because it had increased the production, but by the low real demand that it has.

The Asian analyst says that shipments of iPhone X from Hon Hai have gone from 440,000 to 550,000 units a day, a brutal increase compared to 50,000-100,000 that was distributed just a couple of months ago. According to Kuo, the key is that the Supply of the Face ID components is finally stable .

KGI were the first to ensure that there would be supply problems for the iPhone X since its launch, but its perception has changed, becoming much more optimistic to increase by 10 to 20% over the estimate. What does this mean? Well, some orders that were estimated for the beginning of 2018 could arrive this year. Just in time for Christmas .

Kuo also sees the glass half full with respect to the demand by users towards the iPhone X, for which the price has not been an obstacle in their purchase. However, other specialists believe that the delays have caused some people to opt for other terminals that they can buy and enjoy from the first moment.

This news comes shortly after the scandal that aimed at Qualcomm , one of the manufacturers of the iPhone X, in which several trainees would have worked up to 11 hours a day in the production of the iPhone X , a fact that violates the conditions of workers and much more, of the students in practices.

via | 9to5Mac 

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