Thursday , April 22 2021

Apple resumes production of iPhone X before weak sales of Xs

Apple resumed over there production of the iPhone X due to a weaker demand than expected for their latest models XS and XS Max, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.

The move is supposed to be due to a agreement done with Samsung for purchase a certain amount of OLED screens. Since the models equipped with this technology this year have not been sold in the required quantities to comply with the terms of the agreement. The report suggests that Apple is turning to model of the last year for one solution. Apple stopped selling the iPhone X in stores when the first XS.

The iPhone X it is believed to be cheaper in to produce that the XS O XS Max thanks to your antiquity, which means that components and manufacturing equipment are cheaper, according to the WSJ report. In the past, inherited models have occurred when there is sufficient demand for them in certain markets.

The news comes amid reports that Apple there is reduced the requests in production for the three new models in iPhone due to lower-than-expected demand.

It is believed that the iPhone XR more economical is particularly difficult, as budget conscious customers opt for the iPhone 8 of last year, which is still available and priced lower than this year's budget model.

It was a similar case with the company's previous budgetary effort, the iPhone 5c , which saw its sales rebound a year after its original release, as major consumers realized its existence.


Apple trimmed production orders for its three most recent iPhone models and is causing frustration among its suppliers when calculating demand

Cutbacks in iPhone production frustrate Apple vendorsCutbacks in iPhone production frustrate Apple vendors

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