The iPhone 8 is having a rough time in China

The iPhone 8 is having a rough time in China

The iPhone 8 is having a rough time in China

Chinese smartphone shipments registered another quarter of decline as the market contracted 5% in Q3 2017 to 119 million units.

The company says that Q3 sales, which include the iPhone 8, hits 11 million, up from 8M in the same quarter past year. OPPO was just a million units behind Huawei and a mil ahead of Vivo, snatching a solid 18 percent slice of the pie despite technically registering a shipment drop from Q3 2016.

The new iPhone X launches this Friday, Apple also launched their iPhone 8 last month and now it looks like the handset has helped Apple increase its sales in China. And we are now at the peak time of its sales where it has already launched three magnificent devices i.e. iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. The 2017 iPhone models accounted for a larger share of total iPhone sales in China when launched, than the Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus did when they were released in 2016.

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Firstly to Apple, which Canalys believes is not out of trouble in China.

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"Apple is unlikely to sustain this growth in Q4", Canalys' Mo Jia said in a statement. Mr. Jia stated that even though the device would launch this week, the pricing structure and supply issues will restrain growth. The iPhone X will enjoy a healthy grey market status, but its popularity is unlikely to help Apple in the short term.

CEO Tim Cook said a year ago that China would be a key to Apple's growth going forward.

Apple will report its fiscal fourth quarter earnings, which include China sales data, on Thursday.

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