- Apple plans to launch 3 new iPhone models this year — WSJ Daily Trust
- Retailers are slashing iPhone prices across China as consumers say the phones aren't worth the cost CNBC
- WSJ: iPhone 11 will have triple camera, XR successor will have dual - GSMArena.com news GSMArena.com
- China retailers slash iPhone prices after Apple sales warning Reuters
- Not worth it? Chinese resellers cut iPhone prices after Apple bombshell warning RT
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Apple Inc plans to launch three new iPhone models this year, including one with an LCD screen, to succeed its struggling XR model, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. “The iPhone maker also intends to introduce new camera features,’’ the report said, citing people familiar with the matter.ADVERTISEMENT However, Apple was not immediately available […]
Apple's latest iPhone models have been selling poorly in China because they're priced too high and they lack exciting features compared to local rivals like Huawei, experts said.
The iPhone XR successor will retain the LCD, the higher-end iPhone 11 will gain a camera.
Several Chinese electronics retailers including Alibaba-backed Suning <002024.SZ> and JD.com have slashed iPhone prices this week, after Apple recently blamed poor sales of the smartphone in the country for a rare revenue warning.
China-based retailers have rolled out huge discounts on Apple phones, including the latest iPhone XR model. The generous offering comes after the US giant had to issue a rare gloomy revenue forecast for its sales in the country.