Back in September, Apple introduced the tenth anniversary iPhone X which is already available for sale in over 50 countries with its availability expanding to more countries by the end of this month. The handset launched with a $999 "value price" tag as per the company's CEO. Right after the launch, an analyst predicted that the iPhone X will sell in enormous volumes, and it seems he could be correct after all.
During an interview with CNBC, CEO of AT&T Communications John Donovan said the iPhone X is the "most highly-anticipated" iPhone ever, generating strong sales for the second largest carrier in the United States.
"All the signs are that customers love it. It's probably the most highly-anticipated version... and demand has been strong. So we're pleased," Donovan said in a TV interview at the Web Summit technology conference in Lisbon, Portugal.
iPhone X sales commenced last Friday, but due to limited supply, the shipping estimates went up to anythingbetween five to six weeks. The supply is apparently constrained, but Apple is expected to tackle shortages before the holiday season.
The device comes with a 5.8-inch OLED display with a TrueDepth front-facing camera for Face ID recognition, a new feature which replaced Touch ID. If you're still confused whether to buy it or not, you can check out our unboxing video as well as our first impressions of the iPhone X to help you out.