We recently heard that Apple had cut the price of its iPhones in China in an attempt to boost sales. Prices of the iPhone XS, iPhone XR and iPhone XS Mac were apparently reduced in China with some of Apple’s third party retailers.
According to recent report by Chinese website Feng, this has helped Apple increases sales of their handsets in China.
Apple has apparently seen around an 76 percent increase in iPhone sales on Alibaba and an 83 percent rise in sales on Suning since the prices were reduced.
The company recently announced its latest financial results and its revenue was down, Apple said a lot of this was due to slower iPhone sales in China, maybe these lower prices could change things for Apple in China.
Source Feng, MacRumors
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