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Is the iPhone X in Trouble?

We’re beginning to see signs that Apple is hitting a speed bump with iPhone X sales. The company’s $1,000 flagship phone, designed to herald a new era of the iPhone’s look, feel, and function, hasn’t been flying off shelves as quickly as anticipated. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, sales demand is so weak that for the next two months, Apple plans to slice production of the handset by half, from 40 million to 20 million.
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