Component supplier says production cut to iPhone X not as severe as reported

Peter, 30 January 2018

Nikkei Asian Review reported that Apple will halve iPhone X orders, based on information from the supply chain. The predicted number didn’t quite line up with other estimates and it seems that the component suppliers themselves are hearings different numbers.

Murata claims “the figure sounds a little bit bigger”, referring to the 20 million iPhone Xs estimate by Nikkei. Murata provides some of the wireless connectivity components for this generation of iPhones.

Component supplier says production cut to iPhone X not as severe as reported

The company has heard talks of production cuts, though it seems no one is certain of the extent of those cuts. Apple will publish its quarterly financial reports on February 1 (this Thursday).

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  • AnonD-734482

I work for mobile company in EU and we see alot of people opting for other brands, specialy for higher end brands like samsung, lg and sony. My own brother would die for apple and bought s8 3 months ago. Eate that sh... :)

  • Anonymous

Best Buy is a 'big box' electronics retailer in the USA (and Canada), with an online presence.

And what do you try to say my friend with this post? In real shops now i dont mean internet sites you wont get much options.