Apple iPhone X Dragged Down By Biggest Feature

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The Apple iPhone X has a lot to offer but the one thing that everybody is looking forward to seeing is the new facial recognition system that would be exclusively offered on the new Apple iPhone X this year.

While that might be the biggest selling point for the Apple iPhone X, it looks like it might be the thing dragging it down as well. According to Nikkei, the Apple iPhone X production is struggling and the TrueDepth camera system might be the one to blame here.

According to the report, the 3D sensor needed for the camera is slowing things down and at this point, they are only producing 4000,000 units of the Apple iPhone X per week.

This is not the first time we are hearing about the Apple iPhone X’s production woes. At this rate, it really does look like Apple might not have enough to offer when they release the Apple iPhone X on the 3rd of November.

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