Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed during the earnings call for Q1 2018 that the iPhone X sales have far exceeded the company’s expectations. He revealed the handset has been the “top selling iPhone” every week since its launch in November.
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Apple is always willing to share amazing images and videos that customers capture on their devices, case in point being “Shot on iPhone” and “Selfies on iPhone X” ad campaigns.
At $999, the iPhone X is already pretty expensive. Not to forget, the 256GB iPhone X carries an even higher price tag of $1,199. Well, if you are exorbitantly rich and find the iPhone X’s price tag a bit too low for your liking, worry not. Bentley has made a special edition iPhone X featuring 18K karat gold on its rear glass and the ring surrounding the rear camera.
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Another day, another report of Apple cutting down iPhone X production for the first quarter of 2018. Today’s report from the Wall Street Journal corroborating that Apple has decided to cut down iPhone X production for Q1 2018 to 20 million from an initial target of 40 million.
Earlier this month, Apple launched a new ad campaign called “Selfies on iPhone X,” which was kicked off with a new video advertisement showing off the feature.
Apple will reportedly be reducing its iPhone X production to half from its original figure of 40 million for the period starting from January 2018.
A new report suggests that one other key area that might get changed in 2018 is the battery for Apple’s upcoming iPhone lineup.
Apple has always had a longstanding name in the music business, so seeing the company launch new Grammy ads isn’t too surprising.