Apple has created iPhone X "for the poor"

Apple has created iPhone X

Experts at KeyBanc Capital Markets, however, assume that the fans are probably waiting for the arrival of iPhone X.

We're less than a week away from when Apple opens pre-orders for the highly anticipated iPhone X.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, released on September 22, arrived with just minor improvements over the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

The "head start" period doesn't seem to apply to new customers wanting to join the iPhone Upgrade Plan, however, so you're best bet on getting the fastest checkout experience is sticking with your current plan for iPhone X if possible.

A report mentioned a few days ago that the iPhone 7 was actually outselling the iPhone 8.

Kuo's note, spotted by The Velvetiere, also goes into a number of information regarding the cause of mass-production delays.

If these numbers are correct, there is a high chance that Apple will not have enough iPhone X to offer when they release it next month. If you have paid at least 12 payments of the existing iPhone, you will be able to get the new iPhones through this instant upgrade program by the giant. Running a clone of the iPhone X, which is important, for the freshest firmware Android 8 Oreo with a shell that is similar to iOS, it doesn't cost 80,000 rubles as the original IPhone, and only $ 80.

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However, the analyst assured investors that Apple's suppliers were close to fixing the production issues.

"We believe the previous design issues of the dot projector sometimes being unable to recognize human faces has been resolved after active alignments or environmental tests were addressed", Kuo said.

Apple stopped disclosing launch weekend sales last year, but to put the estimate into context, here's how 3 million units would compare to every other year excluding 2016. This is far too less than the expected demand of 40 to 50 million units. However, Kuo has reduced his fourth-quarter iPhone X shipment estimate from 30-35 million to 25-30 million units.

In a separate report, the Economic Daily News says that Apple is planning to launch a couple of affordable smartphones in China next year. The device will be launched on November 3 in many countries across the world.

These affordable iPhone X-like phones would help Apple regain some market share it has lost to Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, and OnePlus. Don't expect Lisbon and Hangzhou to be mid-range or low-end devices. However, the reports indicate that the talks have neared completion so perhaps the iPhone 11 will be a bit cheaper than the X.

KGI's report claims that circuit boards and other key components for the iPhone X are in limited supply, perhaps owing to the radical redesign that Apple planned for its premium smartphone. The South Korean tech giant is one of Apple's biggest rivals in the smartphone space and it is now charging Apple a premium for the creation of OLED displays.

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