iPhone X is likely to remain deficient in 2017

According to a report by MacRumors, Apple’s new flagship this year – and thus also during the busy Christmas season – is likely to remain a target deficit. According to this, the demand for the iPhone X, which will cost at least € 1,319, is expected to significantly surpass the delivery capacities for the first time in November, when a half-balanced demand-supply ratio is expected. The reason for the presumed supply bottleneck is the complex production of the frameless device, whose production obviously represents anything but a job-finder routine. From Apple’s perspective, the expected supply bottleneck might well be a desirable, if not calculated, condition by boosting the sales of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and preventing cannibalization effects.

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