• Apple struggles in India where fewer than a million iPhones were sold in the first half of 2018

    4 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Apple CEO Tim Cook felt strongly that India would be the next China for Apple. The world's largest smartphone market, China is Apple's second largest market after the U.S. But when Chinese sales started to lag, Apple took a long hard look at India; the latter is now the second largest smartphone market globally. Because the Indian economy isn't rewarding most Indians, Apple has focused on selling older models in the country. The Apple iPhone SE and Apple iPhone 6s are manufactured in India as a way to keep consumers there from having to pay import taxes and customs on these two models.
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  • Apple Sold Fewer Than 1 Million iPhones In India So Far This Year

    Apple Sold Fewer Than 1 Million iPhones In India So Far This Year

    4 monthes ago - By Ubergizmo

    India has been a tough market for Apple to crack. It has even started manufacturing certain models in the country so that they not be hit by import taxes and can thus be competitively priced in the market. The strategy might not have paid dividends so far because a new report claims that the company has sold fewer than 1 million iPhones in India in the first half of this year.
    Bloomberg reports that fewer than 1 million iPhones were sold in the country so far this year. Three Apple sales executives have reportedly left the company as its now restructuring operations in India. Despite...
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  • IPhone X 2018: Apple's Budget iPhone Just Keeps Getting Better

    IPhone X 2018: Apple's Budget iPhone Just Keeps Getting Better

    4 monthes ago - By Inquisitr

    For a while, expectations were high that this year's 6.1-inch “budget” iPhone would feature a design that is a bit less attractive than its more premium siblings, the iPhone X 2018 and the iPhone X Plus. If recent reports are any indication, however, it appears that Apple might be looking to implement the exact same design, bezels and all, to all of its iPhone offerings this year, including the 6.1-inch iPhone.
    Prior to these new reports, speculations were abounding that Apple would have to give the 2018 iPhone a thicker bezel than its more premium counterparts, due to limitations to LCD...
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