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iPhone 5 Sales Surpass 2 Million In China
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gtigerclaw
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gtigerclaw,
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12/18/2012 | 2:40:12 PM
re: iPhone 5 Sales Surpass 2 Million In China
If iPhone is doing so well, why do Apple's share prices go through the roof. They are at $524 (a sizeable drop from $705), but analysts are betting they'll drop to $425.

2M in China is a drop in the Pacific as fare as sales go.
David Berlind
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David Berlind,
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12/18/2012 | 12:43:45 PM
re: iPhone 5 Sales Surpass 2 Million In China
Interesting story. I just received a news release that talks about how "almost two-thirds of the handsets sold in China this year are powered by the Android OS: China is its largest single market, a third of the Android devices sold in 2012 were sold in China." The release goes on to say that the iPhone only makes up 5% of China's total handset sales (which gives you some idea of how big the Chinese market is). The release was from Informa and the full text of it can be found here: http://blogs.informatandm.com/...


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