iPhone X of Apple is anticipated to hit the market over a month post iPhone 8. On the other hand, it seems like there might be an additional holdup in the launch since the last manufacture of the handset is now postponed.
As per a chip expert, the holdup in manufacture might push the entrance of the smartphone to December. For now, the iPhone X is believed to hit the market beginning from November in the first wave of nations, which also comprises India. “Fascinatingly, while the sector widely expected a move in iPhone slope timing, our sources recommend that there was a rising delay in the build strategies (with orders firmed up as lately as previous week) moving manufacture more into the quarter of December,” claimed the chip expert to the media in an interview.
It has been cited that the last manufacture of iPhone X has not still started. The procedure is pipelined to begin in mid-October. “That manufacture start is almost a month later in contrast to hopes a month back, and almost 2 Months later than anticipations at the end of June,” he further claimed. Pre-orders for iPhone X will begin next week in 55 nations all over the globe, comprising India. The smartphone is pipelined to strike retail market a couple of months later. Apple has given the price tag to the iPhone X, which arrives in 2 storage version 64 GB and 256 GB, of Rs 89,000 (64 GB version) onwards in the country. The 256 GB variant has a price tag of Rs 102,000 setting a new record for pricing of mainstream handsets.
Apple finally rolled out iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8. All the iPhones come in 256 GB and 64 GB storage versions. The iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 will be accessible in India from next month at a price of Rs 73,000 and Rs 64,000, respectively. The iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 are not going on sale in the first wave in India. In the U.S. and some other nations, both iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 will go on sale later this month.