Apple’s iPhone 14 is outpacing the iPhone 13 in Chinese demand even though the device is still a few months away from launch


According to Kuo, an analyst, Apple’s as-of-yet undisclosed iPhone 14 lineup is anticipated to be particularly well received in the Chinese market.

After checking with wholesalers and merchants in the country, Kuo wrote on Twitter that the demand for the iPhone 13 has only grown. This confirms his previous statements of strong Chinese demand.

I recently had another conversation with distributors, retailers, and scalers in China, and they shared with me that they believe the potential demand for the iPhone 14 series in China is continuing to climb.

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According to Kuo, Apple “nearly dominates the whole Chinese high-end smartphone industry after Huawei abandoned the 5G smartphone market, which also means that the number of potential high-end iPhone consumers has increased in the Chinese market.”

In or around September, Apple is likely to unveil its new iPhone 14 series, which will include four new models. We also predict the introduction of the new Apple Watch Series 8 and other wearables, while new iPads are also possible. However, if Kuo’s recent claims are correct, the new iPhones will be the big story this fall, especially in China, assuming they are.

It doesn’t matter if you live in China or not; Apple’s current iPhone 13 remains the best iPhone for most people. It’s not clear if Apple will move that down the range in September, or if it will remove it from the market entirely.

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