According to the latest report released by the market research firm Strategy Analytics, Apple was surpassed by local Chinese manufacturers Vivo and Oppo by
During the first quarter of 2016, China's smartphone shipment reached about 104.9 million units, representing a decrease of 5% compared with the 109.8 million
Apple's China-based supplier Foxconn will sign an agreement with the Indian government to build an iPhone factory in the country, according to reports in
Nokia will return to the smartphone market when its licensing agreement with Microsoft expires in 2016, and then the once-dominant mobile company says it
Chinese investors have reportedly offered to buy iPhone camera supplier OmniVision Technologies.
With China's smartphone prospects booming, an American technology giant is hoping customization for the local market reaps rewards.
Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry announced that it hopes to sign an agreement with the government of Indonesia this month, aiming to contact more
Apple says one of the companies in China that manufactures devices for the company has been "willfully and illegally recruited young workers".
Apple continues its expansion in China as it is reportedly planning two new flagship stores in Shenzhen and Chengdu, respectively.
A representative from the mobile device management center of China Telecom revealed to the local media that China Telecom will soon introduce several Nokia