Apple Rumors To Use Last Year's iPhone X Component Inventories On This Year's New iPhones

According to DigiTimes, the latest news from the supply chain said that Apple has a large backlog of iPhone X that is almost three times the number of iPhone Xs they already shipped. The report said that these do not refer to the finished product, but rather inventories are composed of a mixture of components such as the glass back and chassis.

Although there is a backlog of inventories, the article pointed out that this didn't affect Apple's performance. In addition, these components may continue to be used on this year's new iPhone.

Since some chassis and other components for older-generation iPhone devices can also be used for the production of next-generation iPhone products, these component suppliers are eyeing the planned launch of the new iPhones this fall to bring a sales boom that will effectively clear out their inventory, said the sources.

Apple is expected to release three new iPhones this year, including a 6.1-inch LCD screen iPhone that cost less than $800, and two OLED (5.8-inch and 6.5-inch) models, as well as richer color schemes.

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