KGI Claims Apple Is Able To Produce Just 10,000 Units Of iPhone X Per Day

With September 12’s iPhone event approaching fast everyone is exciting about the release of the three new iPhones. Another iPhone X related news circulating in the market comes from KGI, which claims Apple is currently producing 10,000 units of iPhone X a day. If true, this is a terrible news as it indicates that iPhone X will be in severely short supply not only at launch but even a long time after it.

The slow production is hitting the ‘Blush Gold’ color of the iPhone X the hardest, as it is being produced in even lower quantities. Due to this KGI expects Apple will launch the Blush Gold iPhone X later than other models.

While it is an alarming news, we would suggest to take this news with grain of salt. This news seems absurd when you consider the fact that 10,000 units per day is a pretty small number for a device that is expected to get sold in millions in the first week alone. The amount of pre-orders Apple receives on the first week would put the delivery dates for them somewhere ranging from months or even years if this production rate is actually true.

What do you think about this news? Would you wait for iPhone X if you had to wait months before getting one or would you settle for an iPhone 8 or 8 Plus? Let us know in the comments section below.

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