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Apple’s position in China has weakened and sales have fallen. Cook said the iPhone is still selling well

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After Apple presented its financial report, it became known that the company’s revenue in China had decreased significantly.

Subsequently, Apple CFO Luca Maestri said that the company is certainly not happy about the decline in revenues in China, but the Chinese market is fraught with significant long-term opportunities.

Maestri also warned that Apple’s revenue growth may not be sustainable. The financial report shows Apple’s Greater China revenue for the quarter was $20.8 billion, down 13% from $23.9 billion in the same period last year.

Apple's position in China has weakened and sales have fallen.  Cook said the iPhone is still selling well

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At the same time, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that this is not such a big problem. Cook directly stated that Apple’s revenue decline was not due to the loss of popularity of the iPhone, but due to general economic problems.

In addition, Cook also highlighted that the iPhone business performed well in the fourth quarter of 2023, with the company’s smartphones selling well and occupying four of the six spots in the ranking of the best-selling smartphones in major cities in China.

Cook said that taking into account exchange rate factors, the overall impact of China’s 13 percent year-on-year contraction is negligible.

“China has always been the most competitive smartphone market in the world, and that hasn’t changed,” Cook added.

Tim Cook also stated that user satisfaction with the iPhone 15 series has reached 99%, although there are other data.

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6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED screen, 64MP camera, IP65, 5000mAh and 67W in a smartphone just 7.5mm thick. Oppo F25 Pro 5G unveiled

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67 inch 120Hz AMOLED screen 64MP camera IP65 5000mAh and 67W

Oppo’s range of smartphones has been expanded with a new model – Oppo F25 Pro 5G. The device is thin (7.5 mm) and quite light (177 grams), and it also has IP65 dust and water protection, which is not often found in mid-level smartphones.

6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED screen, 64MP camera, IP65, 5000mAh and 67W in a smartphone just 7.5mm thick.  Oppo F25 Pro 5G unveiled

Oppo F25 Pro 5G is built on a 6-nanometer single-chip MediaTek Dimensity 7050 platform. There are two memory options: 8/128 GB for $290 and 8/256 GB for $315.

6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED screen, 64MP camera, IP65, 5000mAh and 67W in a smartphone just 7.5mm thick.  Oppo F25 Pro 5G unveiled

The AMOLED screen is characterized by a diagonal of 6.7 inches, a resolution of 2412 x 1080 pixels, and a frame rate of 120 Hz. The front camera is 32 megapixel, the main one has sensors with a resolution of 64, 8 and 2 megapixels. The battery capacity is 5000 mAh and supports 67 W charging.

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AI in smartphones had to be invented at least for this. Comparison shots with 60x zoom taken by Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 Ultra

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Insider Ice Universe, who has almost all the flagships of the new generation, continues to make interesting photo comparisons. Thus, in several photographs he demonstrated the operation of the 60x zoom of the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 Ultra.

AI in smartphones had to be invented at least for this.  Comparison shots with 60x zoom taken by Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 Ultra

The photo taken by the Korean flagship is not full of detail. The photo taken by Xiaomi 14 Ultra is already more detailed. But the photo taken using AI is the most detailed: you can see the tread pattern on the tire, corrosion spots on the wheel rim, and the texture of the road surface under the wheel.

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Xiaomi, do you give Leica cameras to all smartphones? The mid-range Xiaomi Civi 4 will receive a Leica camera and 100W charging for the first time

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Insider Digital Chat Station revealed details about the future smartphone Xiaomi Civi 4 – this mid-level model this year (in the spring, approximately in May) will replace last year’s Civi 3. And, naturally, the characteristics will improve.

Xiaomi, do you give Leica cameras to all smartphones?  The mid-range Xiaomi Civi 4 will receive a Leica camera and 100W charging for the first time

According to the informant, Xiaomi Civi 4 will be built on the new SoC Qualcomm SM8635, which is also called Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 3. According to preliminary data, its performance will be approximately at the level of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. And this will already be a serious bid for leadership in the sub-flagship segment , where MediaTek still rules the roost.

Xiaomi Civi 4 is credited with a flat screen with a resolution of 1.5K and “micro-curved” glass 2.7D, a Leica camera with a 50-megapixel sensor (Civi 4 will be the first non-numbered Xiaomi smartphone with a Leica camera), a 5000 mAh battery with charging support 100 W power, metal frame and glass back panel.

Previously, Digital Chat Station was the first to accurately report the specifications and release dates of Redmi K50 and Xiaomi 12.

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