Every now and then, we get to know something new about the manufacturing problems of the new Apple device. Yesterday, a columnist of Bloomberg analyzed the problems that had lived the Cupertino from the approach of the iPhone X through its difficult production. Reports are steadily rising, and analysts are increasingly convinced that Apple will not meet the demand for the device.
The latest analysis comes from Nikkei Asian Review, a well-known company of Asian analysts who claim that Apple could only have 20 million iPhone X by the end of the year due to everything happening around the suppliers and the production of the device.
It is clear that the iPhone X is a risky device that has meant a turning point for Apple: switching from reduced screens to large ones without frames, OLED screens, and cameras with complex elements. Many think that this device is compared at the strategic level with the iPhone 6 introduced by Apple in 2014, which meant a momentous change for the design of the iPhone.
Sales of the iPhone X are expected to far exceed all sales records of the big apple, but that does not mean that all purchases officially have a device. As assured by Nikkei Asian Review, Apple could only dispose of 20 million iPhone X by the end of this year, and so many users would have to wait for time to get their hands on the precious device.
We already know that the culprits for this lack of devices are the OLED screens, the lack of suppliers, and the components of the complex Face ID that has several sensors and cameras for allowing the unlocking of the iPhone X through facial technology. At the moment, the official data is that next to October 27, reservations begin at the Apple Store, and from that moment – we will begin to have a much greater flow of data than we have today.