Apple Sold More iPhones In China Than Ever Before Last Quarter, Tim Cook Q&A Reveals

Again the same Apple change the minds of people


Apple CEO Tim Cook was in Beijing today speaking to Chinese press about the launch of the iPhone with carrier partner China Mobile. The WSJ was also in attendance, and reported on a Q&A session in which Cook explained Apple’s view of the Chinese smartphone market, China Mobile itself, and the long road to this partnership.

Cook revealed that during the past quarter, Apple sold more iPhones in the Greater China market than it has at any time previously, which means it moved over 10.4 million iPhones in that region alone, something which was in part made possible because Apple selected China as a launch market for its iPhone 5s and 5c this year, which is a first for any of its iPhone roll-outs. iPhone availability early and now with China Mobile should help curtail Apple’s grey market problem in the region, too, Cook says, thanks to increased availability.

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By Mohammed Hakkim

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