iPhone X Orders to Cross the 50 Million Mark, Removes Bing Search

The iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus is now official. Apple fans all over the world are now anxiously waiting for their favorite handset. To avoid the long queues, many have already started to pre-order their iPhones.

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The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus has already released while the iPhone X will take a little longer to come to the markets. Speculations suggest that the iPhone X orders can reach more than 50 million units.

 

According to KGI Securities, the iPhone X sales will do better than the iPhone 8. KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo wrote that the demand for iPhone X may go up to 50 million handsets. So Apple may face some shortage. It is already known that the iPhone X will be it in less quantity.

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Another report by the Korea Herald says that Apple’s next handset is most likely to feature a 6inch display. However, Apple has not officially confirmed anything.

 

Recently, the Cupertino Company has declared that it replaces Bing with Google for Siri on iOS and Mac also Spotlight Search on iOS and Mac. Google has renewed its business deal with Apple by paying a huge sum of $3 billion, to be the default search engine in Safari.

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