The new iPhone which Apple is planning to launch tomorrow is likely to face manufacturing delays, according to a report in Wall Street Journal.
Any new iPhone usually sells out quite quickly so there’s almost always shortages, but this time shortfalls could be due to a lack of new screens.
Apple has chosen organic light emitting diode – OLED – technology for its screens. Previous iPhones used LCD – liquid crystal display. Continue reading New Apple iPhone could face manufacturing delays
Foxconn is to produce 95 per cent of the new Apple iPhone, the eighth incarnation of the device, according to a report on PatentlyApple.com.
It’s not clear from the story whether any of the production will take place in the US, although that’s unlikely given that Foxconn hasn’t even chosen where in the US to expand its manufacturing operations.
The Taiwanese manufacturer has been considering its options, and Michigan is said to be one of the locations being scouted. Continue reading Foxconn to manufacture ‘95 per cent’ of new Apple iPhone 8
Valuewalk.com: The iPhone X will be characterized by several new features including the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display that is increasingly being linked with it.