iPhone X sales reportedly below expectations

Smartphone buyers are not all that impressed with the iPhone X. According to a new report released by Nikkei, Apple saw “slower-than-expected” sales in major markets like US, Europe and China during the holiday season. Nikkei claims that, as a result, Apple has decided to halve the production target for its flagship smartphone in the first quarter of 2018 from 40 million units to 20 million units. One of the main reasons for the iPhone X’s lackluster performance seems to be the price. The most-affordable version of the flagship starts at $ 999 in US, while in other markets it is… [Continue Reading]