Global Times: “Apple is finally doing the right thing”

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Global Times, a daily tabloid newspaper controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, commenting on the removal of HKmap.live from the iOS Apple Store, said: “Apple is smart to remove a controversial app which helped HK rioters.” “The removal came a day after the People’s Daily, the flagship newspaper of the Communist Party of China, published … Read more Global Times: “Apple is finally doing the right thing”

Smartphone sales in China continue to decline

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The smartphone industry in China has experienced its worst month in recent years. The data particularly show signs of bluntness for Apple in China. China’s mobile phone shipments reached 14.51 million in February, according to official data released by the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, a 20% decline compared to last year. In … Read more Smartphone sales in China continue to decline

The battle between Qualcomm and Apple in China

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A Chinese court ordered a ban on the sale of some old models produced by Apple in China for the violation of two Qualcomm patents. Both companies are based in California, but a significant part of their turnover is generated in China. The two patents concern the possibility of modifying photographs and navigating between applications … Read more The battle between Qualcomm and Apple in China

How can Western Tech Companies Enter the Chinese Market and Stay Competitive?

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Many of the Western tech companies have been blocked in China, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Google, which in-fact moved to Hong Kong because they did not want to comply with China’s censorship regulations. by Eugene Michaels On the other hand, there remain a large number of tech giants that successfully entered the Chinese market, … Read more How can Western Tech Companies Enter the Chinese Market and Stay Competitive?

Apple’s first Chinese data base to be operated in February

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The first Chinese data base of Apple Inc. will be put into operation on Feb. 28, the company announced Wednesday. From them on, photos, documents and other personal information uploaded to iCloud accounts by Apple customers in China will be stored at a data base in southwest China’s Guizhou Province. The company will start informing … Read more Apple’s first Chinese data base to be operated in February

Foxconn says Apple, Dell join its bid for Toshiba chip business

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TAIPEI (Reuters) – Apple Inc and computing giant Dell Inc will join a Foxconn-led consortium bidding for Toshiba Corp’s highly prized chip unit, the CEO of the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer told Reuters on Monday. Terry Gou, Foxconn‘s founder and chief executive, said U.S.-based Kingston Technology Co, a maker of memory products, would also … Read more Foxconn says Apple, Dell join its bid for Toshiba chip business

Apple to set up R&D centre in Shenzhen, bolster China ties

Apple to set up R&D centre in Shenzhen, bolster China ties

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Apple Inc will set up a research and development centre in China’s manufacturing metropolis Shenzhen, the U.S. tech giant said on Wednesday, as the firm looks to spur growth in the world’s second largest economy amid growing competition.

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China’s online chatter muted ahead of Apple iPhone 7 launch

SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) – Judging by the volume of online chatter, there’s a lot less buzz in China ahead of this week’s expected launch of the new Apple iPhone, and people on the street say they’re more likely to “wait and see” what the latest device offers than rush out to buy.

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Apple’s revenue falls 33% in China

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China is no longer Apple’s number two market and Tim Cook has a big task ahead if he wants to claw back market share. Ryan Brooks reports.

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Apple invests $1 billion in Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing

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(Reuters) – Apple Inc <AAPL.O> said on Thursday it has invested $1 billion in Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing, a move that Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook said would help the company better understand the critical Chinese market.

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