iPhone X Won’t Be Delayed, to Flood the Market in November and December
One of the rumors making the rounds lately points to a delay of the new iPhone X, as Apple has reportedly been struggling to increase the yield rate and boost production of the device.
But new sources close to the manufacturing process say they’re not aware of any possible delay of the iPhone X, revealing that yield rates have been improved and become more stable, according to DigiTimes.
Until now, it was believed that the 3D sensing camera modules were the ones causing the biggest trouble for Apple, and the people familiar with the matter now claim that production yield rates of this particular component are also increasing. And yet, while this can only be good news for Apple, it turns out that the company’s production demand would only be met ahead of the winter holiday season, the report adds.