Just after the banger of iPhone X, comes the shocking news and prediction from Us-based market research firm Bluefin Research, that Apple may end producing iPhone X and the outdated iPhone SE in the third quarter of this year, 2018.
IPhone X and iPhone SE units has been reportedly reduced from 20 million units to 8 million units as Apple has decided to focus on the new trio of iPhones coming later this year.
Apple's main purpose of doing this, is to be able to fulfil its target of 91 million units order until the end of 2018. And in 2019, Apple's plan is to go for another 92 million units of its three iPhones. They expect higher sales because current iPhone users are being reluctant to upgrade over the years.
According to the report, Apple is planning to make 28 million units of iPhone 9, iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Plus in third quarter of 2018. 46 million units in first and second quarter, and 64 million units in fourth quarter.
The analysts behind the report also believed that the iPhone 11 Plus will appeal to those users who found the iPhone X too small. While the iPhone 9 will favour those who are price conscious. And however, Apple will continue to sell the iPhone 8 for users who prefer low-end phones.
Do you think is a nice idea for Apple to stop the production of its newly launched iPhone X?
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