Apple's iPhone sales in China were down by 3 per cent from the previous month, which is a drastic improvement in comparison to previous months, according to the a research note from the UBS.
During the period of December - March of this year, iPhone sales in China were down an average of 66 per cent month-on-month, according to the note, adding that the research is based on government smartphone sell-through data.
The UBS analyst attributes this improvement in iPhone performance to “overall market strength” in China.
China's mobile phone shipment was back to growth in . . .
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