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Wall Street Journal joins in on reports of weak iPhone X demand after holidays

January 30, 2018

Via: 9to5Mac

The Wall Street Journal is also reporting that Apple suppliers are cutting back production of parts for iPhone X, with claims that Apple has significantly lowered orders for the January – March quarter. Echoing numbers from KGI and Nikkei, the report says Apple will make about 20 million iPhone X units this quarter down from an initial target of 40 million.

Apple’s earnings call is set for Thursday, February 1. This earnings release will focus on Apple’s holiday quarter sales from October to December (fiscal Q1), with the company releasing official numbers for revenue, income and unit sales of iPhones, iPads and Macs.

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