The iPhone 15 has gained significant attention and demand in China, exceeding initial expectations and countering previous predictions of potential challenges for the company due to increased competition from Huawei and government restrictions on iPhone usage.
As smartphone markets all across the globe wither away, China saw only two manufacturers pick up any new growth so far in 2023 — and Apple is one of them.
China's Huawei registered a trademark for the name "Vision Pro" four years before the unveiling of the Apple Vision Pro — but it's not the first time Apple has had such naming issues.
The CEO of Chinese smartphone firm Xiaomi has announced an intention to compete "fully" with Apple's iPhone, and described it as "a war of life and death."
New research claims Apple has approximately 25% of the global 5G smartphone market, beating its rivals in both number of phones sold, and revenue.
Struggling Huawei intends to charge up to $2.50 per phone for use of its 5G patents in the next iPhone, future Samsung Galaxy, and more.
Huawei has announced the Mate X2, the third foldable device in the company's lineup and one that carries a completely new design compared to its predecessors — and a hefty price to boot.
US carriers and telecommunications companies receiving Universal Service funding are now required to remove all Huawei technology, by order of the federal government.
AMD on Tuesday announced that it has agreed to purchase long-time Apple supplier Xilinx, mainly known for making a type of reconfigurable chip, for $35 billion in stock.