Apple has not put several of their iPhones up for sale to compete with their financial troubles especially in markets like China.
The tech giant has offered up to $250+ even on their latest models including the iPhone XS and XS Max.
Apple has official stores on e-commerce platforms, where they are offering these discounts. The websites where Apple is allowing iPhone fans a chance to save money are JD.com and GOME.
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While Apple’s official website in Mainland China is selling the iPhone XS at 8,699 Yaun, it is on sale for 7,899 yuan on JD.com and 8,088 yuan on GOME. This is the second time in the new year of 2019 where the tech titan slashed its prices for the Chinese market.
In January, Apple cut back on iPhone prices on Chinese e-commerce sites. In January, sales volume of iPhones on Alibaba’s Tmall.com increased by 76% within two weeks following the announcement of price cuts.
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