Although Apple has made so much sales of iPhone this year, sales in China continued to decline more than 35% in November, marking the second consecutive double-digit decline here.

Sales of this disappointment still occurs even though before that, many experts have predicted an "upstream" of the cheap iPhone 11 model.

iPhone sales in China between September and November were down by 7.4% from a year earlier. It is reported that the above information is excerpted from the data of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China.

Reportedly, the iPhone 11 was sold in China and created a positive effect when many people "camped" in stores to line up to buy the device.

Cabral added that Apple will have difficulty in pushing up the price of the iPhone due to tax-related issues for US consumers, if the 15% tax on billions of Chinese-made consumer products. The export will take effect on 12/15.

According to market research firm Canalys released in October, Apple's market share in China dropped to 5% from 7% in the third quarter, while Huawei accounted for a record 42% in the electricity market. In the latest fourth quarter, Apple announced its sales were down 2.4% in China.


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