Apple to Halt iPhone X & SE Production

BlueFin has reported that Apple is likely to shift its main focus to the three upcoming large screened iPhones that are about to launch this year. According to the report, the company plans to discontinue the iPhone X & SE Production.

Oh No! Apple to stop iPhone X & SE Production within a year

By halting the production of iPhone X & SE, Apple will be more targeted towards the new 2018 iPhones and will be able to achieve its goal of 91 million iPhone Unites order till the end of this year.

We all know that Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones, the iPhone 9iPhone 9 Plus and the iPhone X (2018) in the second half of the year. All of the three devices will come with a notch and gesture navigation just like iPhone X. The upcoming iPhone will be announced in September with the sales starting at the end of September. The name of all three models are not known yet but there are rumours that they will be called iPhone 9, iPhone X (2018) and iPhone 9 Plus.

Apple further plans to produce another 92 million units of the new iPhones in the year 2019. The company is expecting higher than usual sales as present iPhone users are reluctant to update. Apple believes that 2018 is the year when iPhone users will upgrade their devices.

After the launch, all three new iPhones are expected to generate 20, 60, 45 and 40 million units in four consecutive quarters. The analyst also foresees that larger screen iPhone X model will be the top seller followed by the budget iPhone. However, right now there are no rumours about the discontinuation of iPhone 8 models.

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Fizza Atique

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