Almost less than a week before Apple’s most technologically advanced iPhone goes up in the market for pre-order, numerous reports have recommended that Apple’s having problem making sufficient phones to meet demand and requirement. When the Apple CEO called as Tim Cook was asked about the manufacture issues by media, he stated that: “We’ll definitely see what happens next.” “But for sure we’ll be working as hard as we can to make as many as achievable,” further he continued.
In spite of Cook’s noncommittal respond, all indication point to the iPhone X being very tough to find this very year. It will become accessible for pre-order and hit store shelves by November 3, 2017 in almost 56 countries and territories. Nikkei also reported that Apple can only be able to produce 25 million iPhone X units primarily; around half of what it had initially considered manufacturing this year. The KGI Securities- Ming-Chi Kuo also projected in a report last week in 2017 that he anticipated only 2-4 million iPhone X phones would be actually shipped before it get launched on November 3, 2017.
For all those Apple lovers, this actually means that the iPhone X could be extremely hard to find before the Christmas 2017, except you get fortunate with pre-orders or you should line up at outer area a retail store on the first very day as soon as it goes on sale. For Apple investors, these expansions recommend that a few sales that would usually fall in the December, 2017 quarter may drop into by the year 2018 due of the short of production.
As asked by media in an interview regarding whether the rumors of stock shortages are accurate and how to get ready all the customers for long wait period, Mr Cook said “we’ll see and will definitely work & for our customer benefits”. Apple co-founder also stated he won’t be purchasing iPhone X “But we’ll be functioning as hard as he can to make as many as achievable.” He further continued, not refusing that there will be issues getting hold of our latest product.