The latest iPhone, the iPhone XS, is available in China and is being sold through various online stores in China.
The phones are sold through China’s Tmall, which is part of Alibaba Group’s online shopping portal Taobao, and Tmalls affiliated retailers like Bigbasket and Zomato.
There is a strong correlation between the price of the phones and the sales on Taobaul.
China is a key growth market for Apple, with sales of iPhones in the country growing by an astounding 1,600% in the last five years, according to IDC.
Apple’s iPhone Xs is a good example of how China’s smartphone industry can be leveraged by Apple to increase its market share.
According to a recent report by Bloomberg, in 2014 Apple sold 7.5 million iPhones in China, an increase of 5 million over 2013.
This is great news for the Chinese consumer, as it means Apple is now in a better position to capitalize on this massive market.
As more people buy smartphones in China than anywhere else, the company can make more money off of each device.
It is unclear if TmALL will be selling iPhones through Alibaba, but it seems likely.
In 2014, Apple sold $2.3 billion worth of iPhones to China through Taoban, the country’s largest online retailer.
With the rise of Taobaoes online retail, the overall number of iPhones sold in the world is expected to increase by more than 70% by 2025.
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