KGI Securities Believes That Decrease In IPhone X Is Due To Improvements In Production, Not Weakened Demand

Posted: Dec 10 2017, 8:42am CST | by , in News | Apple

 
KGI Securities believes that decrease in iPhone X is due to improvements in production, not weakened demand

It can be seen clearly that the dreadfully long delivery times for the new iPhone X have shortened by 1-2 weeks across a huge bunch of countries. Speculations predicted that the shorter delivery time was due to a decrease in demand, which resulted in a breathing room for the tech giant.

KGI Securities’ latest report claims otherwise.

The famed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo authored a report that shows that the decrease in delivery time of iPhone X is not due to a decrease in demand.

He believes that it is due to Apple’s frantic efforts of improving the production throughout its entire supply chain so that the customers can receive their iPhone in time.

As Kuo explains it, the number of iPhone X units shipped daily around the world has increased to 450,000 – 550,000 units per day.

This is a whopping leap as Kuo states that the previous stable figure was just 50,000 – 150,000 units per day. In his report, Kuo also claimed that the production will be improved even more in the coming months as the part suppliers’ production speed has not stopped improving.

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