Report: 3D sensor production struggles continue, iPhone X yield estimated at 400K/week

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    Nikkei is repeating claims of iPhone X production delays first reported last month; suppliers are apparently still struggling with ramping up yields.

    Today’s report specifically pinpoints the 3D sensor components, which Apple calls the TrueDepth camera system, as the bottleneck. The news comes as an independent analyst claims iPhone X production is now at 400K a week.

    View the original article: https://9to5mac.com/2017/10/12/iphone-x-production-problems/

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