Well, no, the iPhone Xr would not be selling like hotcakes –


At the end of September, reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo made a big hit for the iPhone Xr, to the point of saying that, along with the iPhone Xs Max, they would be the top-selling phones of Apple's current generation of phones.

Apparently, Kuo's predictions and many other analysts are not going to be fulfilled because the Cupertino company would have ordered them to stop the additional production plans of the iPhone cheaper before its low demand, reports Nikkei Asian Review.

According to one source, Foxconn, one of the iPhone Xr's automakers, currently works with 45 production lines out of the 60 it has prepared, because "there is no need to manufacture so many for now."

Thus, Foxconn would produce about 100,000 units less per day, reflecting the low demand of the iPhone Xr, between 20% and 25% lower than Apple's forecast.

Pegatron, the other iPhone Xr installer, would be in a similar situation, while Wistron, a minor, would not receive orders for the holiday season, contrary to plan.

The iPhone Xr started to be sold on October 26. It looks similar to your premium siblings, but with some differences. The first and most obvious is the price; the base model costs 18 thousand 499 pesos.

In addition, the iPhone Xr features a Liquid Retina HD screen, a 12 megapixel rear camera and aluminum frame, and does not have the 3D Touch function; the other smartphones have OLED screens, dual 12 megapixel camera and stainless steel frame.

Of course the iPhone Xr has the same processor that integrates the iPhone Xs and Xs Max -A12 Bionic, as well as the Face ID and iOS 12 operating system, so the experience is almost the same.

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