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Apple’s iPhone Is not favourite in China

Apple’s iPhone Is No Longer China’s Favorite Apple’s problems have been compounding lately, from their anticipated 2017 gadgets release to falling revenues.

In addition, homegrown China brands have been rising in popularity, thereby further hurting Apple’s revenues.
For the latter, China may have a hand in that, as the iPhone no longer seems to be the go-to smartphone in the country.
For the second quarter of the current fiscal year, Apple’s revenues in Greater China dipped to $10.73 billion.
Now, Huawei, Oppo and Vivo dominate, CNet points out.


iPhone revenue rose 1 percent to $33.2 billion

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Apple’s iPhone unit sales take a surprising fall

as informed in This quarter a year ago marked the first time iPhone sales fell — ever — but Apple’s iPhone 7, released in September, helped it rebound.
Still, the devices weren’t enough to boost Apple’s iPhone sales this quarter.
iPhone revenue rose 1 percent to $33.2 billion, benefiting from the iPhone 7 Plus.
Apple on Tuesday reported a slight drop in quarterly iPhone unit sales to 50.8 million units, from 51.2 million units a year earlier.
The decline marks only the fourth time ever that iPhone unit sales have fallen.


as informed in 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the world’s best selling smartphone and is planning a major (if expensive) redesign.
History says we should expect the ‘iPhone 7S’, but that may be reserved for two lesser models while 7S, iPhone 8 and iPhone X (given there is no more ‘macOS X’) all make little sense for a 10th anniversary device.
And that’s despite a massive price hike…More On ForbesiPhone 7S Leak Reveals Apple Has ProblemsMassive New iPhone Leak Reveals 10 FeaturesApple Report Reveals ‘New iPhone’ Price CutsApple iOS 10.3.1: Should You Upgrade?
My tips: iPhone Edition or even ‘iPhone’.
In an official press release discussing the growth of wireless charging he let slip: “wireless charging will become a standard feature in the next iPhone, [so] we are finally at the threshold of mainstream adoption.”All of which means we may finally be able to banish fears of Apple’s modest Plan B iPhone backup.

collected by :Clara William

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