Apple is able to solve problems in the production of detectors and sensors for TrueDepth camera of the new smartphone.
Component suppliers have spent the last several weeks to improve the performance of 3D-sensors and point projectors, allowing operation of the TrueDepth-camera, system, Face ID and other features of the smartphone.
Difficult to say exactly what was the reason for the lack of performance of sensors and innovative camera. However, these difficulties prevented the start of mass production of the iPhone X.
According to analysts, in mid-October 2017 the volume of production iPhone X has reached 400 thousand units per week.
The company Foxconn has already sent the first batch of iPhone X, consisting of 46 5000 smartphones to retailers from the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates.
It seems that Apple is able to cope with the difficulties in the production of sensors TrueDepth camera. Previously, the company faced problems in the Assembly of OLED displays, which produces only Samsung Display. Only about 40% of the screens meet the requirements of Apple.
iPhone X will be available for pre-order on October 27, the official sale will start on 3 November. But the network has already got photos of the smartphone.
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