Report claims Apple is still dealing with iPhone XR production issues

In rumors from various sources, there was a report that Apple will postpone iPhone XR to October at the mid-September event of Apple. Apple was supposed to deal with production problems that could not launch a new terminal in September. Apple never confirmed such a report, but the iPhone XR was not released with iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max last week. Instead, the iPhone XR will arrive at the store's shelf on 26th October. According to a new report, Apple partners are said to have not solved some of the problems still faced, so if you want to get one on the 26th, plan the phone first.

Quote the report in Chinese Economic Daily News, Digitimes Said that Apple transferred Pegatron iPhone XR's order to Foxconn. Restrictions on production capacity and delayed delivery of key components delays Pegatron production. Lack of workers and lower returns than expected are also affecting production at Pegatron.

According to this report, Foxconn accounts for 50% to 60% of iPhone XR orders, the rest are charged to Pegatron. But Apple recently lowered Pegatron's discount to less than 30% while making extensive phone calls to Foxconn's order. The report said LCD screen supply from Japan display is not stable.

A previous rumor detailing Apple 's production plan for the iPhone in 2018 also shows that iPhone XR' s LCD manufacturing problems slowed down the cause.

iPhone XR is expected to become Apple's best-selling iPhone due to the low sticker price this year. This mobile phone essentially offers iPhone XS's experience in terms of performance. The price will change from $ 999 to $ 749. Early reservation will start on October 19th one week before the release date on October 26th.

Last year iPhone X was also released late in early November. Mobile phones were sold a few weeks ago at Christmas.Apple was struggling to meet the huge demand and I was able to see the same after the iPhone XR was released.

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