KGI Securities’ Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, has stated in a recent report that Apple will not retain the iPhone X and will go with the decision of discontinuing it.
Kuo also pointed out that there has been a reduction in the demand for the set because of weak demand the iPhone X design may be a one-up with production ceasing in the summer when replacements for the fall are being produced.
KGI also expects a trio of iPhone models in the fall of 2018. He predicts the iPhone X will be “end of life” in the summer of 2018, instead of being retained as a lower-cost option in the following year. If this is the case, it would be the first time that Apple has not retained the previous year’s model to allow for a wide range of iPhones available at many price points.
iPhone X will be dead and you (probably) won’t be able to buy last year’s model once the sequels arrive. So if you want to get your hands on the first gen. iPhone X, this is the time, else it just might be too late!
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