Apple struggles to catch Samsung in China

Apple got a second partner in China to sell the iPhone in the world’s biggest mobile-phone market but the deal may be too late to catch Samsung.

12th March, 2012
Apple struggles to catch Samsung in China
People stand in line outside an Apple Inc. store in Beijing in December.

Apple got a second partner in China to sell the iPhone in the world’s biggest mobile-phone market but the deal may be too late to catch Samsung. The Korean company has with a market share in China that is three times larger than Apple’s and growing.

China Telecom Corp. began selling the iPhone last week as Apple tries to build on its 7.5 per cent share of the country’s smartphone sales....

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