IPhone X and production problems, the COO of Apple Jeff Williams will talk with the president of Foxconn
The director of operations at Apple, Jeff Williams, will meet at the end of the month with the president of Foxconn Terry Gou to discuss issues that are slowing production of the iPhone X.
As reported by Nikkei Asian Review, Williams and Gou will speak directly of the ways to deal with the various problems that are slowing production of the iPhone X. Williams will be the first in Taiwan for the thirty-first anniversary of TSMC, the exclusive supplier of the chip A11 Apple, and then will visit China to speak with the president of Foxconn.
Apparently, the problems are related to the antenna module and the 3D sensor of the front camera. Initially, they should be available between 2 and 3 million iPhone X, too few to meet the demand of users.
This meeting should speed up the resolution of these problems.
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