APPLE’S IPHONE X PRODUCTION FALLING SHORT AHEAD OF RELEASE

Last month all eyes were on Apple’s headquarters as the tech giant introduced to the world its latest devices and releases.  The most highly anticipated of said releases was the tenth anniversary iPhone which we now know as the iPhone X.

Good luck getting your hands on one when it finally releases. According to Business Insider, Apple is only shipping 2-3 million iPhone X devices that will be available in 57 countries. The limited supply on the first drop is placing the blame on production delays on key components of the phone.

Specifically the the iPhone X’s antenna circuit board and wide-angle camera module have struggled to create the parts based on Apple’s specific design cues.

The iPhone X will be available this Friday October 27th on Apple’s website starting at $999 USD. The international release will take place on November 3rd.