New iPhone XS Gets Lukewarm Reception
The annual frenzy for new iPhone models seems to have fizzled this time among Chinese consumers facing list prices of $1,256 to $1,849.
Apple retailers and resellers in China reported lackluster sales of the new iPhone XS and XS Max devices, citing high prices. Some said they are seeing record low sales while others said they have to offer discounts to lure buyers.
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