The Apple iPhone X was the first smartphone from Cupertino's company to feature an OLED display and a completely different design from its predecessors. It was also the first smartphone to bring FaceID technology to the typical fingerprint reader.
To be sure, the iPhone X is the best smartphone that Tim Cook's company has ever made. I know that Apple CEO says this every year, however, this iPhone X deserves such status.
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It has been said that iPhone X sales were a little below expectations. Today analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has proved himself dozens of times right in his predictions, said Apple will no longer manufacture the smartphone due to low sales.
Apple's smartphone may be all "fast", but it is also the most expensive the company has ever sold in the base version. The iPhone X is valued at € 1179 and is far from the most inviting price on the market. Especially when we have excellent terminals with better specifications for a much more attractive value.
Apple iPhone X is a brilliant yet too expensive device!
Apple intended to make about 20 to 30 million pieces of equipment per month, which fell after the terminal was introduced. Ming-Chi Kuo says that Cupertino's weak flagship sales will not be worth future investment. The analyst points out that by mid-2018 Apple will stop manufacturing the smartphone.
Given that manufacturing of the upcoming iPhone begins mid-year, we can only assume that Apple will take iPhone X off the market when it announces the upcoming terminals.
Please note that this information is merely predictions. The analyst has already proved that he can be right again and again, but his words nonetheless affirm such claims.
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Source: KGI | Via