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KOTARO HOSOKAWA, DEBBY WU, EMI OKADA, Nikkei staff writers October 24, 2017 18:40 JST | Japan
TOKYO/BEIJING/OSAKA -- Initial shipments of Apple's highly anticipated iPhone X are expected to total around 20 million units, only half the planned amount for this year, The Nikkei has learned.
The reduction stems from the California-based company's struggles to solve technical issues with components supporting the model's new face authentication feature.
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