Report: Apple making fewer iPhone X models due to weak demand [telecom]

Thursday's earning report may tell us more about iPhone X sales so far.

By Valentina Palladino

Apple's $1,000 iPhone X has apparently proven to be a hard sell for many. According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Apple will cut its planned production of its flagship iPhone through March by half, from the 40 million handsets originally planned to 20 million, which the paper speculates is due to "weaker-than-expected" demand.

In addition to cutting the number of handsets made, Apple also reportedly cut orders for components needed to make the iPhone X by 60 percent. Ars has reached out to Apple for further comment and will update if we hear back.

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