By now many of you guys have probably heard that Apple’s upcoming iPhone X is expected to encounter delays and supply issues. There are a myriad of reports concerning what could be the issue causing the delay, although Apple has yet to officially acknowledge any of this, although we doubt that they do.

Unfortunately these supply issues could pose a problem for Apple’s investors and financials because in a report from the Nikkei Asian Review, Apple is only expected to ship as many as 20 million iPhone X units by the end of the year. Now compared to the competition, 20 million is a huge number of phones that are going out, but apparently this is half of what Apple had expected to ship out in 2017.

This is pretty much in line with what we have been hearing which is that the iPhone X will be extremely limited in quantity at the start. There have been earlier reports saying that supply is only expected to normalize towards the middle of 2018, so if you’re looking foward to the iPhone X it seems that you could be in for a wait. Pre-orders will be kicking off on the 27th of October and the iPhone X will be shipping out on the 3rd of November, so you best hurry if you don’t want to find yourself waiting for months on end for the handset.

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