Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Apple could have only 12 million iPhone X available for launch on November 3

Continuing with the rumors that tell us that the iPhone X could be difficult to buy during the first few days after its launch next November 3 , today a new one tells us that Apple could have only twelve million iPhone X available for that day.
According to data analyst Jeff Pu , during September Foxconn (the company that joins the iPhone X for Apple) has been able to manufacture only two million iPhone X, which now rest in a warehouse or travel on the way to many countries around the world to wait for that day November 3. During the month of October that is about to begin, Foxconn is expected to be able to assemble ten million iPhone X's, leaving the total at twelve million for launch day.
Jeff Pu works at Yuanta , one of the consulting firms advising investors in Taiwan, Foxconn's home country, although most of its factories are in China. Like Ming Chi Kuo , they use vendor component data from this machine to find out important details like the number of iPhones that Apple might be accumulating by November 3 when it is finally put on sale and customers who have paid for it he from the 27th of October, receive the first units.
For this reason, if you are not ready from the minute one since the iPhone X reservations begin on that day, October 27th, you will probably have to wait a month or longer to get yours. Apple obviously tries to make them as fast as possible but it is likely that this iPhone model will become one of the most demanded and the least drives Apple has the day of its launch.
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