Apple’s iPhone X has been heralded by analysts to bring about a new super cycle for iPhone sales, and while we’ll probably have to wait until the official figures are released, so far there is some doubt about whether or not that is happening. According to Apple’s Online Stores in various parts of the world, shipping times for the iPhone X are now listing 1-3 days.
This is an improvement from before in which it was a little under a week, but basically this means that if you wanted an iPhone X in time for the holidays, it is very likely that you’ll be able to get your hands on one in a timely manner. This improvement in shipping time could be due to many reasons, such as Apple managing to get a handle on production, thus churning out more units to meet the demand.
However a recent report has suggested that Apple’s supply chain are starting to see a weakening demand in their orders, meaning that Apple is cutting back on the number of orders, hinting that maybe demand for the iPhone X isn’t as strong as we had thought. However like we said, there are some who believe that demand for the iPhone X hasn’t peaked yet, meaning that the amount of units sold could still be higher.
We have heard reports that Apple sold 6 million units on Black Friday alone, which is impressive, but whether or not this is the peak remains unclear.
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