The publication has further quoted Apple as saying,"In certain conditions, the iPhone X will temporarily be unable to respond to user input if the temperature of the surrounding environment suddenly dropped".
"You'd expect there to be a high price to pay for a attractive phone like the iPhone X. Unfortunately for consumers, in the end it's likely to be more than the $1,000 they've already invested", said SquareTrade creative director Jason Siciliano.
And the iPhone 8? The two models each had 7.8 million units shipped during the three months through the end of September. In fact, both could be true: A slower start for the iPhone 8 and that it's still the top seller.
While Apple enthusiasts are struggling to get their hands on the newly released iPhone X, which is in a limited demand. While the iPhone 7 topped the quarter, it's very likely the iPhone 8s are the top sellers since then.More news: Vikings WR Adam Thielen continues stellar season in win over Redskins
But it also places additional pressure on the iPhone X to perform well - and highlights why the current delays of the device must be so frustrating for Apple.
"Shipments of older devices, such as the iPhone 6s and SE, saw an uptick in Q3".
As one can see, it is advisable for iPhone X owners to buy a case for their smartphone, as front screen replacement could cost them $279 without AppleCare+ and $579 for other repairs. "It is aggressively defending its market share, but it will not compromise its rigid margin structure to do so".
Consumers are gobbling them up and as a result, Apple appears to have regained its juggernaut status.