Market analysts and other financial watchers seem to enjoy saying that the iPhone X is “dead.” But there are big problems with that message: from the way that it’s worded to what those analysts are actually saying.
Sure, Apple may discontinue the iPhone X in favor of an upgraded “iPhone XI” device this year. But that does not mean that the iPhone X is dead. For one, this year’s stable of iPhones are all largely expected to feature iPhone X features. And while it may be replaced this year, the current-generation Apple flagship is hardly dying. Here’s why.