Apple shipped 2.5 million iPhones in China in March
Apple shipped 2.5 million iPhones in China in March

According to the Chinese government, Chinese smart phone shipments decreased 34.7% to 47.7 million units. Apple sold about 2.5 million iPhones in China in March, a slight rebound after the country's poorest month. Equipment for the first quarter of 2020.

Smartphone manufacturers expect a strong recovery in Chinese demand as the new coronavirus in China spreads rapidly outside of China, but this could lead to a global economic crisis. The epidemic not only delays the launch of new products, but also creates ethical barriers for consumers.

According to the CAICT, the total number of mobile phones shipped to China in March was 21 million units, more than three times the number in February, but still less `` October increased almost almost% compared to March 2019 .

In early March, China's retailers largely resumed operations, physical stores reopened, and e-commerce logistics were restored after the virus and strict containment measures disrupted most of the economy. During the first two months.

Apple sold nearly 500,000 iPhones in China in February, and many smartphone manufacturers hope that sales in China will reduce the impact of lower sales on overseas markets in the coming months.

"The Chinese market has recovered almost 80%," Xiaomi's chief financial officer said at a conference call on quarterly results. Xiaomi then sent a message to India (one of the largest markets in India) ordering smartphones as commodities, thus without any restrictions on transportation.

Earlier this month, many Chinese online retailers lowered the price of the iPhone 11 models, and Apple had previously allowed Chinese vendors to offer discounts to increase demand.

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