This week on AI: iPhone X preorders sell out fast, Apple preps family-friendly TV & more

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The iPhone X of course was the leading story this week, instantly selling out of launch-day units when preorders opened on Friday. Rumors also swirled around compromises Apple may have made, and the company's plans for big-budget TV shows.

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Everything you need to know:

  • iPhone X preorders started at 12:01 a.m. Pacific time on Friday > >
  • Shipping delays quickly shot to between 5 and 6 weeks > >
  • A limited number of phones should be available in Apple stores > >
  • Production bottlenecks could cause a dramatic unit shortfall > >
  • Apple denied compromises to Face ID for the sake of smoother production > >
  • The company is allegedly prepping a family-friendly TV slate for 2019 > >
  • An Apple v. Samsung damages retrial starts on May 14 > >

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