Apple to produce 40 million iPhone X units, beating Samsung Note 8 in core performance
Most reliable Apple analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, expressed his expectations about iPhone X. According to Ming-Chi Kuo thought, Apple wouldn’t fill demand of fans for iPhone X. He suggests that Apple could build as many as 40 million iPhone X units before the end of 2017 while the requirements, orders and sales for the edge-to-edge OLED display flagship are higher. Kuo noted Apple is producing 10,000 units of iPhone X per day. And moreover he expected Apple won’t be able to fulfill market demand before the first half of 2018. The sales for 2018 will also be increased up to 80 or 90 million iPhone X units.
Furthermore, he added, people will be happy to get Face ID features and integrated new ANIMOJI. The reliable facial security is really a big change and a challenge for its competitors (such as Samsung’s Iris scanner allows users to unlock device through user’s face images and photographs while the iPhone X doesn’t accept any photo, and scans and recognizes user original face to unlock smartphone). Apple iPhone X pre-orders will be started from Oct.27, and it will be available in markets on November 3.
Coming to the next part of news, last time, the Apple’s iPhone 7 was scored highest position in the world’s top smartphone core (processor) performance test. And now the iPhone X again holding that first rank in both single and multi core performance test. Apple iPhone X has six cores processor which runs high-end and latest technology smoothly than others. The Galaxy Note 8 gets second place in multi core efficiency and fourth in single core performance. Samsung Galaxy S8 has the third rank in both single core and multi core performance. It doesn’t mean that the others smartphones are low but it shows the ability of device to run programs. Well, keep in touch to know what will be done by Apple or how Apple will meet with market demand for iPhone X units.