Apple's iPhone 11 was the second best-selling smartphone globally in 2019, even though it was released in September of that year, meaning that four months were sufficient for it to gain that position. The top position was also taken by the same company, with the iPhone XR taking a 3% market share globally.
After having succeeded in getting the import and sale of older iPhone models banned in China, processor maker Qualcomm is now trying to get Beijing to extend that ban to the latest iPhone XS and XR models.
As the Apple stock price continues its descent into Sir John Harrington’s famous invention, the iconic tech company is desperately scrambling to shore up the flagging sales of its latest batch of pricey iPhones, not least the so-called budget model.
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