Apple recently debuted its new iPhone 12 in China, but netizens have criticised its high price and negatively compared it to domestic brands. Photo: Reuters Apple recently debuted its new iPhone 12 in China, but netizens have criticised its high price and negatively compared it to domestic brands. Photo: Reuters
Apple recently debuted its new iPhone 12 in China, but netizens have criticised its high price and negatively compared it to domestic brands. Photo: Reuters
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Apple’s iPhone 12 faces fierce competition from Chinese smartphone brands Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo – here’s why consumers are unimpressed

Apple was once a luxury status symbol in the Chinese market, but that’s changing – better tech, better marketing, and a rising sense of nationalism are pushing Chinese buyers towards domestic brands

Apple recently debuted its new iPhone 12 in China, but netizens have criticised its high price and negatively compared it to domestic brands. Photo: Reuters Apple recently debuted its new iPhone 12 in China, but netizens have criticised its high price and negatively compared it to domestic brands. Photo: Reuters
Apple recently debuted its new iPhone 12 in China, but netizens have criticised its high price and negatively compared it to domestic brands. Photo: Reuters
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