Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Tim Cook Visits China to Discuss Market Growth, Low-Cost iPhone with Carriers?

According to a Chinese mediareport[Google translation] pointed out by9to5Mac, CEO Tim Cook visited China recently, possibly to discuss mobile growth after announced a decline in growth within the market during itsrecentquarterly conference call. The article also claims that Cook may have met with the Chinese carriers to discuss the impending launch of the hvily rumored low-cost iPhone in the region,potentiallynamed the iPhone 5C.

It is speculated that with the previous high-level meetings with China Telecom Cook similar, the two sides level will mainly focus on the issues discussed at the strategic level, may also be involved in co-eration iPhone and sales.

Insiders pointed out that China and the Cook high-level talks with China Telecom, may mn that the new eration iPhone will likely be listed in China through China Telecom first sale.

It is understood that since CEO Cook served as third visit to China since it is unclr the specific time of Cook's visit and travel arrangements, Cook is expected to be in the next few days, respectively, in China Unicom and China Mobile executives meeting. rly January 2013 and mid-March 2012, CEO Cook to the identity of the first visit to China, one after another with the Ministry of Industry executives and China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom's top lders met.

Since Cook served as CEO, 's emphasis on the Chinese market gradually improved. At present, through China Unicom and China Telecom, covers China's 350 million users.
The news of the visit comes after a Chinese labor groupallegedpoor working conditions at Pegatron, a main supplier in China rlier this week. rlier this yr, Cook visited China todiscuss“cooperation” with China Mobile, and alsometwith various government officials during his prior trip.

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