iPhone 15 Sales Sluggish in China Ahead of Critical Holiday Season

         

Summary: Sales of Apple’s iPhone 15 models in China are down 4.5% compared to last year, with higher-end models seeing greater declines.

Analysts and investors are reporting slow demand for Apple’s iPhone 15 models in China. Sales in the first 17 days are down 4.5% compared to last year, with the higher-end Pro Max and Pro seeing declines of 14% and 11% respectively. This comes as Huawei returns to the high-end smartphone market in China and Chinese government agencies reportedly ban iPhones for work. Apple CEO Tim Cook is currently visiting China, and all eyes are on the holiday quarter to see if Apple can return to growth. Concerns about limited supply and lack of major updates to other Apple products add to investor worries.

Tags: iPhone 15, China, sales, demand, holiday season, Huawei, Tim Cook

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