Apple is using 3D sensors for facial recognition to unlock screens in the iPhone X. Bears believe Apple's demand is falling back. Maybe it is. But not many people have fallen in love with the 10th anniversary iPhone.
Analyst Daniel Ives tells The Sun that predictions of the iPhone X being culled this year are probably false.
The Wells Fargo analyst also remains below consensus on March quarter sales at $66.5 billion and $2.71 per share in earnings.
Kuo is a well-connected and highly-respected analyst with a proven track record.
Well, after a long hype of Apple's legendary iPhone X, it was released and made available to consumers in November 2017.
Sinolink said it expects the model's price would dampen consumer enthusiasm for the product, adding that slow production rates could also hinder sales. This is for the very first time that Apple has canceled an iPhone after just one generation. Nevertheless, the year might end with favorable numbers for the Cupertino tech company. Apple's in a great place, and we'll have a clearer snapshot after it reports financial results for its fiscal first quarter next week. Naturally, both devices will feature edge to edge displays and will utilize Face ID for user authentication as opposed to Touch ID. Later this year, Apple is expected to introduce three new iPhones: a 5.8-inch OLED model, a 6.5-inch OLED model, and a 6.1-inch LCD model.
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If Kuo's projection pans out, this will represent a marked shift in Apple's iPhone sales strategy.
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The company is supposedly struggling to justify iPhone X production because of poor sales - and may scrap the phone later this year. Taiwan-based DigiTimes that Apple had cut iPhone X orders at its suppliers in China.
The iPhone X has not been among Apple's best-selling iPhones despite sporting a brand new design language. So says KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. That doesn't equate to the phone being discontinued because it's a market failure.
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