Apple is only able to make 10,000 iPhone X models a day, meaning supply of the long–awaited device may be extremely limited for weeks to come.
That’s according to analyst Ming Chi Kuo, who is known for his impeccable connections within Apple’s supply chain, and who claims that component production issues are to blame for the low number of devices being produced.
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Last week it was reported that the Samsung–manufactured OLED screens Apple is using in the iPhone X are to blame for the delays.
Kuo also claims that the so-called 'blush gold' version of the iPhone X may not be up for grabs until the end of 2017. The iPhone X will also be available in black and silver.
The long–awaited smartphone will be revealed at 6pm UK time today at Apple’s Steve Jobs Theatre in California.
A huge leak over the weekend revealed Apple’s plans for Face ID scanning tech, a beefed up dual lens camera and all–screen design.
The iPhone X could cost as much as £1,000 SIM–free, with a likely on-sale date of 22nd September.