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Demand for the iPhone XR has been flagging in the face of year-old premium iPhones that have taken a price cut. This supply drop doesn't help its case.
The iPhone XR is not doing as well as investors have led us to think, at least for the current moment. It's especially hurting suppliers right now.
Taiwanese component companies serving Apple are listening carefully as to whether its big client will add or cut orders this holiday season.
Sources say that LG is set to provide a mix of LCD and OLED displays for 2019's iPhones. Why? People were turned off by the cost of the iPhone X.
Due to iPhone X sales failing to meet expectations, the number of financial analysts predicting lower numbers for all of Apple's current handsets is growing.
Samsung's Galaxy S9 sales numbers may not have exceeded S8 scores on their first day in Korea, but down the line, they should be slightly higher around the world.
How are pre-sales pacing when compared to purported supply numbers we've seen? We don't exactly know, but they're not spectacular.
An unexpectedly early drop in iPhone X demand is not just hurting Apple, as Samsung was forced to recently reduce the operation rate of a large OLED display plant.
The sorest point of them all is the iPhone 8. Could sales of the lesser new iPhones hurt more than the more expensive iPhone X can ever help?
From Sydney to New York, and Beijing to London, the excitement surrounding the iPhone X is high, and online deliveries seem to be going well too.
It's October 27, and you know what that means - you have a very small window to book yourselves an early copy of Apple's iPhone X.
You'll need to be very quick to get the iPhone X at launch, either online or offline, since shipments are only expected to hit 20 million units this year.
But will the survey hold out in front of reality, where people may get fed up with long queue times for iPhone X shipments?
Apple may be limiting initial production of the iPhone X to tease out how hot the market is for the $999 phone. iPhone 8 sales have been slow.
The lines weren't that much longer at two locations in Hong Kong by the time 8am rolled around on Friday, iPhone 8 launch day.
CEO Tim Cook said in a quick interview today that the problem with some Apple Watch Series 3 Cellular units will get a quick fix.
Amazon and Best Buy ran out of BlackBerry KEYone inventory in less than a day stateside, while Telus had to reconsider the phone's launch up north.
T-Mobile customers, rejoice - if you've pre-ordered the Galaxy S8, you may get it a day or two early. Not the case for Korea-only 6GB RAM units.
In this episode of our podcast, we also talk about Samsung's good and bad with the Galaxy S8 and Tizen as well as Russo-Canadian cellphone spies...
The Galaxy S8 will use either the Snapdragon 835 or the Exynos 8895 chipset, depending on the region. Samsung isn't making enough of them.
The UK phone retailer has found amazing numbers for a phone that's better suited for 1997 rather than 2017. Analysts are worried about a flash in the pan.
Smaller regional carriers in Canada have picked up the large phone, but it seems that consumers want the phone at places like Bell and Rogers.
And there will be no Google Pixel 2B, according to the company's hardware chief. And that's not the only struggling piece of news he has to share.