“The iPhone X, Apple’s first smartphone equipped with an organic light-emitting diode display, has failed to catch on globally — something many put down to a price tag starting at $999,” Nikkei reports. “Looking forward, the lackluster sales could result in a delay to the company’s plans to introduce OLED screens in other models.”
“The iPhone X features facial recognition and wireless charging, but unlike previous models, it is widely regarded as lacking any groundbreaking new technology,” Nikkei reports. “The production cuts for the X will have a domino effect on manufacturers that have supplied high-performance components for the handset, with the combined impact expected to run into billions of dollars.”
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MacDailyNews Take: And breathing unicorn farts will make you live forever!
For how many years will suckers fall for this?
In what has become the Nikkei‘s annual shocker: Apple is decreasing production in the quarter after Christmas. Cue the horror!
Everything in this Nikkei article is conjecture, estimates, and FUD.
This report (as with many of Nikkei‘s Apple-related reports) smacks of a plant designed to depress the price of AAPL. Plain and simple. And Nikkei seems to be the preferred place to do it.
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