Apple China News
In total, mobile phone brands sold a total of 6.34 million devices in February in China, down 54.7 percent compared to that in February 2019.
Apple shareholders defeat a proposal critical of its removal of apps at the request of the Chinese govt
The proposal highlighted Apple's 2017 removal of virtual private network apps from its App Store in China.
Apple remains heavily reliant on China both for smartphone sales as well as for its supply chain and manufacturing.
Total iPhone shipments in China in the September-November period dropped 7.4 percent from a year earlier.
The cheaper iPhone could make use of Touch ID with an in-display fingerprint reader.
Apple decided the risks of depending heavily on manufacturing in China are too great and even rising
The decline in sales has reportedly reduced Apple’s market share to 11.5 percent from 12.9 percent a year ago.
Apple made special mention of the security and privacy features that the HomePod offers.
China could ban sale of older Apple iPhones in the country for allegedly violating Qualcomm's patent.
At its peak, Apple estimated that 60 percent of warranty repairs in China and Hong Kong was fraudulent.
Apple has pulled around 25,000 apps from its Chinese store to cooperate with regulators.
Quite clearly the abandonment of the Apple high-command in India spells a lot of trouble for the company.
Apple to increase its presence in China by building a second data centre by 2020 which will offer iCloud services
Apple's first data centre in north China will be put into operation in 2020 and offer iCloud services on the Chinese mainland,
Investors are keen to gauge Chinese demand for the iPhone X, as it is key to reviving Apple’s fortunes in the world’s biggest smartphone market.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out in defence of the company’s stand on removing major virtual private network (VPN) apps from its App Store in China.
Apple seeks tax sops for suppliers to make iPhones in India; it may warrant policy change, say govt officials
Apple has been in talks with Indian officials since May of last year, when CEO Tim Cook and Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed to set up a production base in the country
During Apple's quarterly earnings call, CEO Tim Cook gave a more detailed explanation regarding the move to take down those app from its China App Store.
Apple's plans to manufacture in India are critical as brands like Oppo and Vivo continue to dominate
Apple is aiming for a slice of smartphone market share in India that is already being fought over by giants like Oppo, Vivo and Samsung.
Kantar Worldpanel ComTech report now claims that iOS market share in China is now 14.3 percent, declined by 4.4 percent in the three months that end July 2016.
Apple tried to incorporate the feature, but failed to do so as it faced battery issues.