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Why Are Apple's iPhone Slumping In China?

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Why Are Apple's iPhone Slumping In China?

Why Are Apple's iPhone Slumping In China?

Business Insider reports that iPhone shipments in China dropped nearly 20%.

That drop was during the 4th quarter of 2018, according to a new estimate.

According to the same reports, Huawei shipments were up 23%.

Apple's high iPhone prices hurt it in China, according to IDC, a market research firm.

Apple's current-model iPhones start at $749 for an iPhone XR and go up to $1449 for the highest-end iPhone XR Max.

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