According to the latest supply chain news, Apple Vision Pro will be available for sale in the Chinese market as early as April, with a deadline no later than May.
A series of Chinese internet companies, such as DingTalk, Ctrip, and miHoYo, announced their participation in visionOS and the development of native applications for Vision Pro.
Some Chinese bloggers got early access to Vision Pro unboxing. From the exposed packaging, it can be seen that the assembly and production of Vision Pro are done in China.
According to Counterpoint, Huawei regained the top spot in China's smartphone market sales for the first two weeks of 2024, after a two-year gap.
On January 15th, the topic of "Rare Price Drop on Apple China's Official Website" surged to the top of Weibo's trending list.
Chinese firms have cracked OLEDoS display production, setting the stage for an annual output of 1 million Apple Vision Pros.
Apple will officially start mass production of the first generation MR (Mixed Reality) product Vision Pro in December this year, significantly boosting mainland China's supply chain.
Apple asked multiple Chinese apps to remove the feature of "Shake to Open", which leads the users to advertisement pages and has led to lots of complaints lately.
Apple's recently released iPhone 15 series models have experienced significant price fluctuations.
China is now the largest market for Apple's iPhone, and it is also a manufacturing center for Apple. The impact of Tim Cook's visit to China on boosting iPhone sales is yet to be observed.
Apple's “braided” customer service sparks controversy as image remains on official website.
On September 16th, within one minute of the launch at the official flagship store of Tmall Apple Store, the first batch of iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max were sold out.
NIO released its financial report for Q2,2023. During the performance conference call, William Li revealed that they plan to deliver the smartphone product in late September.
Rokid launches high-priced AR lineup: CEO rejects profit compromise for industry growth.
On August 18th, Apple CEO Tim Cook posted a message to celebrate Apple's 30th anniversary in China and expressed that "A special thanks to all of our colleagues, customers, and partners."
According to reports, the iPhone 15 series has completed trial production at Foxconn and will be mass-produced at Foxconn in Zhengzhou before the end of this month.
Apple may face a naming controversy with its newly launched mixed reality (MR) headset, the Apple Vision Pro. Reports suggest it shares its name with a trademark registered by Huawei four years ago.
As China's “618” shopping festival is drawing near, the Apple Store Official Flagship announced that it will conduct its first ever e-commerce live event. The event will take place at 19:00 on May 31 on Tmall, marking the first time that Apple has officially organized a live event on an e-commerce platform.
On May 10th, it was announced that the BYD Seal Champion Edition has officially launched.
The developer of the Chinese social media app, Momo, has announced that technical issues are preventing users from downloading the app from the Apple's App Store. The company responsible for Momo, Hello Group Inc., is currently in communication with Apple.