nahid070, 24 Oct 2017Yes like the iphone 8 and 8 plus ;)Bahahaha releasing the iPhone 8 and 8+ was apples own undoing, the heavens are not on their side
Mailman, 24 Oct 2017You'll be surprised how many. This will be very successful phone. Yes like the iphone 8 and 8 plus ;)
and if Apple makes $500 on each phone then that's only $10 billion which is hard to spot when added to the existing pile of $250 billion.
Apple has the most production capacity clout of any company in the world and could ship more if they wanted. They're purposefully sandbagging production to level supply/demand and to gauge the market since the massive fail of the 8 caught them off guard. The projected 20 million essentially accounts for the big influx of early adopters(as with any hyped new gadget) and will most likely drop significantly after that first wave - most reasonable people aren't going to drop $1k+ on a phone this
Ha Ha Ha, 24 Oct 2017Typical Apple marketing gimmick. Sending out fake information just to increase the demand for... moreIt's not like they need to create demand. This device is wanted by many. Would sell 30 million units in the first weekend if they could get that many out there.
So what is the truth? Forbes says only 2 million iPhones X will be shipped this year while this one is saying 20 million. And why is 20 million shipments being regarded as "only" when there are only 2 months remaining for this year? Is everyone expecting Apple to ship 60 million iPhone X's in just two months?
Typical Apple marketing gimmick.
Sending out fake information just to increase the demand for the phone.
Sorry Apple, people are aware of this.
They can ship billion but how many are ready to pay $1500 for a potential burn-in OLED display mobile phone, with unclear behaviour change wrt FaceId adoption? Let's see
sa11oum, 24 Oct 2017that's really bad. it's usually bad when you cant match demand, but in this case its even wors... moreWhy stop there? Why don't you go all the way and say it, Apple is doomed, doomed /s. Tim Cook should close shop and give the investors their money back at this point.
that's really bad. it's usually bad when you cant match demand, but in this case its even worse. the iphone X isnt going to get great reviews, even if it might be a great phone, because of its price and the competition thats currently out there. interest will peak at launch and go down