Apple Might Have an iPhone 8 Sales Problem

You can also expect them to teardown the iPhone 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV 4K soon enough, while you may have to wait a bit longer for the anticipated iPhone X teardown.

As the sale of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus began in several countries on Friday, queues outside Apple Stores were shorter than previous years, and the growing craze to own "super premium" iPhone X is likely to be the reason.

And we're quite sure that early-morning time won't be an issue; remember when the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus was launched a year ago? We can state that Apple will absolutely charge more than the consistent $30 for the screen substitution of iPhone X. As the screen is greater and it will be restricted in supply.

The pre-bookings for iPhone X in India will start on October 27, along with 55 other countries across the globe.

As far as the specifications of the iPhone 8 are concerned, it sports a 4.7-inch IPS LCD "Retina Display", 2GB of RAM, and 64GB or 256GB of internal storage. Both the cameras are 12MP and support OIS. But the adoption of the Qi standard by Apple could have others following suit, making it the de facto standard for wireless charging in the future, rather than have a choice between Qi and rival standard Powermat.

Though the Harvard study being referenced is real, it didn't prove that Apple slow down their phones.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus sales have done well and the Apple Watch Series 3 is sold out in some places.

You might have heard of iPhone 8 and its A11 Bionic processor that is absolutely fierce. Apple's stock recently traded at 13.8 times expected earnings, its lowest valuation since February, according to Thomson Reuters Datastream.

The top performing Android device was the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the Galaxy S8 which scored which scored 6,564 and 6,295, respectively. The iPhone 8 comes with a single 12MP rear camera while the iPhone 8 Plus sports dual 12MP rear cameras. It also plucked the main camera module confirming the same f/1.8, 6 element lens as the iPhone 7, but with bigger sensors.