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New report says Apple will stop making the iPhone X in the second half of the year

Apple just announced its earnings results for the Christmas quarter, revealing that the company sold fewer phones than it did in the same quarter a year ago, but the average selling price increased considerably. That’s a clear sign that the iPhone X’s high price affected ASPs. And the iPhone X could have influenced the ASP in such a manner only if Apple sold a ton of them in November and December.
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