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China market missing from iPhone launch

11
Sep
2014

When the last version of Apples biggest-selling gadget went on sale, China was among the first territories to offer it. In a widely anticipated event, Apple this week unveiled the iPhone 6 with a larger screen than previous models, making the smartphones available in 10 countries and regions from September 19. They do not include China, despite Apple launching the iPhone 5s and 5c in the country at the same time as other major markets last year. The US tech giants revenue in Greater China — which includes Hong Kong and Taiwan — is second only to its home country, and chief executive Tim Cook has said he expects it to become its biggest market in time.

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