As for Apple, although the lack of core also affected them, iPhone sales did not suffer too much impact, as its previous iPhone 13 series was very popular in the Chinese market.
As jpmorgan chase noted in a recent report,Apple saw a strong rebound in smartphone shipments in China in October, which could mean a good product cycle performance for the new iPhone 13 in the Chinese market.
In a research note, J.P. Morgan analysts Summick & Middot; Samik Chatterjee analyzed the latest data released by the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology. The figures point to good sales prospects for Apple's latest iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro phones in the Chinese market.
In October, 10.8m phones from international brands, mainly Iphones, were sold in The Chinese market, far above the traditional historical average of 6.1m, according to data from the China Information Communications Institute. That's a marked improvement from apple's lackluster performance in China over the past few months.
According to the report,Sales of international brands in China in October also hit a record high since November 2014. Smartphone sales of international brands in China rose 882 percent in October from September and 83 percent from a year earlier.
Smartphone sales in China rose 57% month-on-month in October, which was also significantly faster than in the past. In China, sales of 5G phones rose 76 percent month-on-month in October, accounting for 79 percent of all mobile phone sales, and up 58 percent from a year earlier.