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The gold iPhone X might be extremely hard to find at launch, according to analyst

September 11, 2017


Tomorrow,¬†September 12,¬†Apple¬†will (likely) announce three brand new¬†iPhone¬†models, probably including an¬†iPhone X¬†– the company’s very first¬†handset¬†to sport an OLED display.¬†Apple¬†fans (and maybe not only) are certainly excited about this¬†iPhone¬†X, especially since it’s supposed to be the only one among the new models to have thin bezels around its display. Unfortunately, just¬†as previously reported, it looks like the¬†iPhone¬†X will be hard to find at launch.

According to well-informed KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, less than 10,000 iPhone X units are being produced daily. Obviously, this is a very low number for Apple, as the company is usually selling millions of new iPhones during a single launch weekend.

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