WSJ: “production Delays for the iPhone 8”
The Wall Street Journal confirms that the production of the iPhone 8 is started about a month ago, although at the launch there will be a few pieces available.
When you talk about Apple, the Wall Street Journal is one of the sources more reliable. This time, the daily american has pretty much confirmed what I already read in recent days: Apple is having problems in the production of the iPhone 8, so much so that at launch there will be a few units available. To speed up production, Foxconn is offering a bonus to the employees, even if the manufacturing errors committed at the beginning led to a delay of about 30 days on the roadmap. The greatest difficulties were encountered in the production of OLED panels, seen that Apple has chosen an option with display and touch panel are separated. It is not excluded that shipments will start from October in the United States.
The base price will start from 1000$ for the iPhone 8 with OLED screen. Also confirmed the absence of Touch ID, is replaced by the sensor for face recognition.
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