Apple’s push into China is crushing Samsung

Over the last few months Apple has heavily invested in China and it’s starting to hurt Samsung. Those efforts are paying off, with China passing the US to become the biggest iPhone market in April this year. IDC’s latest study on the Chinese market shows another interesting change last quarter: Apple’s sizable push into the country caused Samsung’s device shipments to collapse. In Q1 2015, Apple saw a unit shipment growth of 62 percent off the back of strong iPhone 6 sales, while Samsung’s growth actually shrank, slashed by 53 percent compared with 2014. Other handset builders, like Xiaomi and Huawei, saw growth…

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