Here’s why Apple is dominating the high-end smartphone segment in China

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Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that Chinese channels, including distributors, merchants, and even scalpers who are anticipating the arrival of new devices, are optimistic about the next Apple iPhone 14 series.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, who also mentioned one of the intriguing explanations for this market position, “They expect demand for the iPhone 14 series to exceed demand for the iPhone 13 series.” According to Ming-Chi Kuo, this may be because Apple took up the high-end smartphone market in China after Huawei left the 5G smartphone market.

Here’s the reason for the wild demand for the iPhone 13 and high hopes for the iPhone 14

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Analysts expected that Samsung, Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo, and other Chinese smartphone manufacturers would profit when Huawei started to lose significant market share as a result of US sanctions. However, it turned out that Apple was the primary winner.

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Yu Chengdong, the CEO of Huawei’s consumer division, recently claimed that the company’s smartphone sales had declined. Huawei is unable to deliver new 5G smartphones because of continuing U.S. sanctions and a scarcity of suppliers. Huawei, the market leader in 5G, is the only company selling 4G mobile phones in the 5G era; which is another statement by Yu Chengdong.

He also asserted unequivocally that Apple and Huawei would be the two leading mobile phone makers; if it weren’t for US sanctions.

According to rumors; Apple informed suppliers that the iPhone 14 series’ first sales will surpass those of the iPhone 13 series. While this is happening, demand for the iPhone 13 is still strong; in fact, shipments of the iPhone 13 series were 33% higher in July of this year; than they were in the same month last year for the iPhone 12.

According to Chinese sources, Apple will hold its autumn product press conference on Tuesday, September 13, which is not weird given that the Cupertino corporation often introduces its new products on this day.

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