In fact, for Apple, sales of the iPhone in China are slowly improving, but this is also due to the overall improvement in the market.
According to the latest report from UBS, the analyst, Apples iPhone sales in China fell 3% in April from a year earlier, a significant improvement over the previous months.
However, the overall performance of Chinas smartphone market still seems to be slightly better than that of Apple (the former grew by 29% annually compared with Apples by 19%). Moreover, Apples market share is likely to decline.
Last year, Apple announced at a earnings conference that it would stop reporting sales of the iPhone, iPad and Mac. As part of its other products business, Apple has stopped reporting sales of products such as Apple Watch and AirPods.
It is widely believed that the effect of the price reduction of the iPhone has stimulated the enthusiasm of Chinese users, while Apples sales have also rebounded, but they should not be happy too soon, because they are being marginalized by domestic mobile phones.
Source: Responsible Editor of Fast Technology: Yao Liwei_NT6056