Apple results to reveal iPhone X problem

Posted May 01, 2018

As Apple explains in its release notes for the software, the update "addresses an issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone 8 device because they were serviced with non-geniune replacement displays".

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple might be looking to stabilize the price of the Apple iPhone by removing some of the features from the device. However, what that sensor will be used for is yet to be known.

The 3D Touch feature was introduced with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

The rumored 6.1-inch iPhone for 2018 won't have 3D Touch functionality. When you add all up, it becomes a significant amount of money.

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3D Touch Feature Done In 2019?

The other two more-expensive iPhones, the iPhone X with 5.8-inch OLED display and the iPhone X Plus with 6.5-inch OLED display will still possess the feature.

When the X launched past year, Apple paid handsomely for the new Face ID system, stainless steel casing and sharper, more efficient OLED screen technology.

Since the CGS tech will increase the production cost for Apple, it should mean losing 3D Touch.

Kuo also claims that this may just be the beginning of Apple's 3D Touch phase-out. Apart from that, this phone will include features like the new generation Face ID and the A12 processor that the company will be using for their pricier OLED counterparts. In India, the base-level iPhone X is being sold at Rs 84,999.

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Apple's share in the Indian market may have taken a hit in the Q1, 2018, however, that is no indication of the company's profits in the market.

Mark Moskowitz, an analyst with Barclays, wrote in an investor note Monday that the iPhone X's "price point was too high and likely alienated many users". That would be the new iPhone X and iPhone X Plus.

Your Opinion On The Removal Of 3D Touch On iPhones?

Official and unofficial reports from Apple's suppliers suggest that demand for iPhone parts, in particular for the iPhone X, is a lot weaker than the company had hoped.

First up, in discussing the performance of Apple's suppliers, Barclays' Blayne Curtis says that they are now expecting upcoming iPhones to skip the included "dongle".

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