Weak iPhone X demand isn't just hurting Apple it's also causing problems for Samsung AAPLGet the Full StoryJustin Sullivan Getty
Fewer people are buying the 1,000 iPhone X than expected.
Apple has decided to produce fewer iPhone X phones as a result, halving its production order in January.
That's impacted suppliers who make parts for the iPhone X, according to a new report from Nikkei.
Specifically Samsung, which supplies OLED screens for the iPhone X, is looking for other customers who might buy the tech.
Samsung has been left with more OLED panels than it needs, but other potential customers have been slow to switch from traditional liquid crystal displays.
Slowing demand for the expensive iPhone X isn't just bad for Apple.
A new report from Nikkei suggests that Samsung, which produces OLED screens for the iPhone X, is looking for new customers after Apple cut its production targets for the first three months of this year.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are obsessed with this Google app that finds your fine art doppelg ngerSee Also:Some people are exploiting the latest Apple bug to crash your iPhone via TwitterA new bug can crash any Apple device with just one simple character and Apple's working to fix itApple probably makes less profit on the HomePod than Google and Amazon do on their speakers
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