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Apple switches up orders for iPhone XR to avoid delays

The LCD iPhone XR could be Apple's most popular new mobile phone.
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Apple is changing the order between suppliers of the iPhone XR, in order to confirm that there are no supply restrictions as far as possible when the device is finally released in October.

According to a new report, Apple originally divided the order of iPhone XR mainly between Pegatron and Foxconn, Pegatron won 50 to 60% of orders, Foxconn took 30%. However, Apple currently gives Foxconn half of Pegatron 's order due to yields less than expected from Pegatron and lack of Chinese factory workers.

Instead Pegatron handles only 30% of the iPhone XR's order.

Manufacturing problem of iPhone XR

It is not a secret that Apple has problems with the production of iPhone XR, rather than being launched in parallel with recent iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus.

Prior to Apple 's media event earlier this month, there is a report that "iPhone XR display" had "minor complications". Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty reported in July that Apple's manufacturer is an experience on mobile phone LED backlight leakage.

According to today's news report, the supply of LCD panel of Japan display claims that "production is not stable" about the production of iPhone XR.

Potentially confusing this problem is the fact that Apple may be surprised at the enthusiasm of LCD mobile phones. Immediately after Apple announced the new iPhone, a report was issued indicating that Apple has modified the ratio of all iPhone orders in December. As a result, the iPhone XR will occupy over 50% of the manufactured mobile phones.

The iPhone XR is scheduled to order on October 19th before the device reaches the shelf on 26th October.

Are you planning to purchase iPhone XR? Please inform us with the comments below.

Source: Digitimes

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