Apple iPhone 8 Might Face 'Severe Shortages' During Its September Launch, Says Apple Analyst

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Apr 25, 2017 01:19 PM EDT

Everybody is eagerly awaiting the launch of the new Apple iPhone 8 which is scheduled to arrive in September this year. The internet is full of speculations about the new arrival of the iPhone 8 in the tenth anniversary of Apple, but Apple's analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has made it clear that the phone might be well launched in September this year as scheduled but with extreme shortages. This means that Apple will showcase the phone in September, but it will make the phone available later in the year.

Hindustan Times suggested that the all new Apple iPhone 8, featuring OLED may be launching much behind the previous LCD models and now the fresh reports from the analyst of Apple has made it crystal clear that Apple will definitely debut the OLED iPhone 8 in September, but the device will have to face some severe shortages for quite some time before becoming readily available.

Kuo has said that it will be only possible for Apple to increase the production of the OLED smartphones in October - November this year which was previouslyplanned for August - September this year. This means that the OLED smartphones will be readily available at the end of this year or the beginning of this year. Kuo also mentioned that there is no need to worry at all since this delay would not undermine the actual demand for the new Apple iPhone 8, revealed The Apple Post.

There is a lot of hype regarding the Apple iPhone 8, and as long as the phone lives up to the hype, the heaviest demand for the smartphones would not be pushed back until the first quarter of the next year. After the bulk production of the device is made the users would be able to grab their piece of handsets at the beginning of the next year.

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