However, the increase was significantly lower than the average of the previous four months, i.e. 1.9%.
Huberty attributes Apple's healthier performance in the Chinese market this year toIPhonePrice reduction, VAT reduction and other factors.
However, looking ahead, she is not optimistic about the total sales of the iPhone. According to estimates, shipments of iPhones in the second quarter (April-June) will drop 10% to 37 million units from a year earlier, with Apple's total revenue of $53.6 billion; shipments of iPhones will fall 8% to 43 million units in the third quarter (July-September), with Apple's total revenue of $61.4 billion.