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Although Apple announced the iPhone X at the same time as the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, the X won't go on sale until Nov. 3 -- over a month and a half after the 8's Sept. 22 release. Apple didn't say whether this because it wanted to stagger the sale of the iPhone models or because the iPhone X is taking longer to make, but plenty of reports have claimed the latter.
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iPhone suppliers said manufacturers are struggling to make enough of the 3D sensors, which could bottleneck the production process. Moreover, the iPhone X will be churned out in small quantities -- in the tens of thousands per day -- versus hundreds of thousands per day. This resembles
earlier estimates by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
This could spell bad news for anyone looking to get the iPhone X as soon as it releases. The iPhone launch madness surrounding
the release of the 8 seemed tamer than previous years, which could mean that many buyers are holding out for the iPhone X. If that's the case, a high demand and limited supply could mean that lots of people won't get their hands on the X until much later than Nov. 3.