That's why iPhone XR will come on the market only in October
If you are wondering why the just-announced iPhone XR will come on the market only in October (the older brothers XS and XS Max are pre-orderable from today), you're not the only ones. Apple has not provided an explanation, and probably won't do it, but according to what was leaked in the last hours, it would be the “fault” of the new LCD display.
Let's take a step back, precisely in June, when the head of the south-Korean The Bell affirmed that the development of the LCD display was delayed in two months than the roadmap. It's all the fault of the design of the new devices, said Katy Huberty of Morgan Stanley.
The interesting thing, however, is that the problem of the LCD may not be of hardware type. Ryan Reith of IDC, in fact, has communicated to the colleagues of The Verge that could be a software problem. "The software has a lot of importance for the LCD display, since it is the first [LCD display] screen, and with a notch," said the analyst.
Ben Stanton, an analyst at Canalys, said that “Apple would not have delayed the launch of the iPhone XR if not for a number that is not the appropriate units ready for shipping“. And the same analyst confirms that the new LCD displays have slowed down the production.
Between the new iPhone presented by Apple, one of less and less interest seems to be the iPhone Xs, a smartphone that offers little with respect to that of the previous generation. iPhone XR seems to have already conquered many users, presenting itself as a device from the (almost) good price/quality ratio.
If you think to buy iPhone XR, remember that you will be pre-order by October 19th and be sold from the 26th of the same month.
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