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.