There’s going to be a delay in the launch of the most anticipated iPhone X. A new leak states, the problems with iPhone X are increasing due to its new Face ID (a facial recognition sensor).
It is also rumoured (reported provided by MacRumours) that iPhone X stock will be very limited until the end of 2017 and early 2018. Apple will also miss it’s most predictable 2017 “super cycle”. The major reason for these significant problems is the mass production of ‘TrueDepth’ camera sensor, which iPhone X uses for its Face ID.
Also it is believed that Apple’s sales of the new 2017 iPhones i.e. iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, are not going to break any Apple sales records. In the year 2015, Apple managed to sell 231M units which fell to 211M in 2016. The trend says it all.
According to market analysts, the productions issues which Apple is facing with regards to iPhone X will be addressed in the first three months of 2018 which will be combined with iPhone’s 2018 upgrades.
To bring it to the notice, the new iPhones stocks are going to be very limited after it’s launch. iPhone 6S and 6S Plus hold the record opening weekend sales of massive 13M units whereas it is believed iPhone X stock would be limited to max 4M units until early 2018.