Apple delayed the release of iPhone 6/6 Plus in China next year
Delaying the release in the world's most populous country will more or less affect company sales in the end of this year.
According to an unconfirmed report, Apple's new iPhone has not yet been certified by the Chinese Ministry of Industry and IT for sale in the country, with both sides failing to reach a mutual agreement. If not certified, users here can only own iPhone 6/6 Plus is not legal, which is not good for Apple.
In fact, Apple's new iPhone duo may have to wait until next year to be certified, meaning that the time when products appear in the world's most populous market will be delayed until next year, affect it. Small to iPhone sales in Q4 / 2014 of Apple.
Meanwhile, China Mobile, with more than 800 million subscribers in China, is also planning to reduce $ 2 billion in subsidies to customers when buying contract-based mobile phones. Specifically, the company will focus on selling 4G smartphones without price subsidies for the remainder of 2014. Predictably, the company's 70% 4G smartphone costs less than 162 USD, some of which cost less than 97 USD. , a small impact on sales of high-end devices manufactured by Apple or Samsung.
Currently, the unlocked iPhone 5s sells for $ 860 in China, but China Mobile subsidizes 88% of the product price ( $ 103 ) with a two-year contract, 63 USD each month.
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