In spite of a slowdown in the Chinese mobile market as a whole this year, Apple has expanded its smartphone market share in China. Apple has been able to do so due to strong iPhone 13 sales in the country.Read More
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According to a report by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple suppliers expect an increased demand for the iPhone 14 series in China. In the report, Kuo offers a possible explanation for this expectation of a rise in demand. Apple intends to make full use of the opportunity provided by the forced exit of Huawei from the 5G market. With negligible competition, this has resulted in Apple quickly becoming the dominant player in the high-end smartphone market in China.Read More
According to a new report by Nikkei Asia, Apple’s iPhone 14 Max might need to have a delayed arrival. As per the report, the delay is due to the production of the smartphone falling behind schedule. The iPhone 14 Max is assembled in China, and the month-long Covid-19 lockdowns have contributed to the possibility of the delay.Read More
According to a Counterpoint Research report, Apple was the largest smartphone company in China by market share during the October – December 2021 quarter. The Cupertino based tech company, with a quarterly growth of 79%, claimed 23% of the market share, launching it back to rank one once again since Q4 of 2015. Fueled by high demand for the iPhone 13 series, especially the vanilla model, sales in China of iPhone grew by 32% since the previous year.Read More
Tim Cook, Chief Executive Officer of Apple Inc., signed an estimated $275 billion agreement with Chinese authorities to appease them and avoid disruption of Apple’s sales and services in the country, reported The Information on Tuesday. When approached by Reuters for a comment on the issue, Apple did not respond immediately.
The report further stated that the agreement, which had a five year term, was made during Cook’s 2016 visits to the country. Cook visited China several times in 2016 to fight the barrage of regulatory actions that had been filed against the company, the report noted, citing Apple’s internal documents and interviews.Read More
The latest software update iOS 14.5 that the U.S. tech giant is planning to release in the coming weeks will ask for the permission of the users before apps can start tracking them across other services and websites for advertising with targets. the worry for most digital companies including Facebook lies in the fact that most people would deny the permission which will hence cause a decrease in their revenue. Read More
China has been one of the biggest Apple suppliers, second only to Taiwan. However due to some recent clash with the Trump Administration’s new tariff rules some tension has developed over Apple’s dependency on China for the manufacturing of their products.
According to a new report, Apple is being forced by the White House to reduce its dependency on China and Taiwan, and on top of that Apple has already been planning on shifting its assembly plants in countries like Vietnam, Thailand, and India. Which is being assisted by government incentives. Read More
As per the latest reports, Apple has taken down Pocket Cast, which is one of the most popular podcast apps for iOS from the Chinese App Store. On the request of the local government, the application has been taken down from the Chinese App Store. In an official word from Pocket Cast, it has been reported that Apple had informed Pocket Cast two days prior to its removal from the Chinese App Store. The organization has affirmed that the solicitation was made by the Cyberspace Administration of China, which is the final decider of what content can be accessed in the country. Read More
As per recent updates, The Remove China Apps has been deleted from the Play Store by Google. The App which has recently gained immense popularity in the last few weeks, has now been removed. According to Google, the App violated Google’s Deceptive Behaviour Policy. The App, just as its name suggests, was developed in order to detect and remove Chinese Apps from the user’s phone. Read More
The Remove China Apps on Google Play has immediately turned into a web sensation among Android cell phone clients in India. It professes to expel applications made by Chinese organizations from your mobiles and has a basic interface. You download the application, click check now and it gives you a rundown of applications on your smartphone that originate from Chinese organizations, which incorporates names like TikTok, ShareIt, CamScanner amongst many others. Read More