It’s been an amazing year for Apple’s iPhone.
The iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and 6S all debuted with great fanfare at the end of November and, like the iPhone 5s and 5c before it, they were immediately hailed as the best phones to buy in the US.
It’s not that we’ve been wrong to call the iPhone 6 a winner, but it has also been a disappointment, and we’ve noticed that Apple’s customers are starting to get a bit more frustrated by it.
The company has also struggled to meet the demand for new iPhones in China, where it’s struggling to get customers to buy more phones.
But the company says it has made strides in getting more iPhones to Chinese buyers and it’s working on plans to help them.
This is where things get interesting.
The biggest issue for iPhone buyers in China is that the iPhone is a premium phone.
The price is higher than many other phones, and the only other devices that come close to the iPhone are Apple’s cheaper phones.
China is also the world’s largest market for iPhones, with more than one billion iPhones sold, according to IDC.
The problem is that it’s also one of the most expensive markets in the world.
That’s because China’s high cost of living and the high cost for most imports means it’s one of China’s biggest markets for luxury goods.
Chinese consumers have also been demanding better quality and lower prices from Apple, and it seems like that is beginning to happen.
Chinese iPhone owners can purchase an iPhone 6S and 6 Plus for around $1,200 and $1:1.
That means they can buy the iPhone at a higher price, but the iPhone can also be bought at a lower price, which means that it can be used more frequently.
Apple’s solution is to put a discount on the price of an iPhone when it’s sold in China.
That discount is called the “Apple Store Discount” and it means that you can buy a phone for less than its actual price in China and sell it at a profit.
Apple has been using this discount to help its Chinese iPhone buyers.
This makes the iPhone more competitive against other Chinese phones, including Samsung’s Galaxy S5, HTC’s One M8, and LG’s G5.
But it also means that Apple has to compete more effectively with Chinese brands like Huawei and ZTE to keep customers.
Apple also offers discounts for people who buy iPhones from other retailers, but they tend to be more expensive than the iPhone discount.
In China, for example, the iPhone and Apple store discount can be up to 60% off.
The Apple store discounts are designed to help people save money, but some people who have been buying iPhones for a long time say they’re disappointed that the company isn’t offering a similar discount to its Chinese buyers.
They say the iPhone store discounts hurt the Chinese phone brand by making it seem more expensive and less of a luxury product.
One of the biggest complaints about Apple’s Chinese pricing strategy is that Apple doesn’t offer discounted iPhones in other regions.
It makes sense to keep prices low in China because Chinese consumers are much more likely to shop at local retailers.
But this doesn’t make sense when the company doesn’t have the capacity to make a significant dent in prices in other markets.
Chinese customers want to buy iPhones at a good price, and they don’t want to pay more than their current prices in China to do so.
It seems like the only way Apple is going to get its Chinese customers to accept a price drop is to offer discounts in other countries, like Europe and the United States.
This isn’t going to happen anytime soon.
The problems Apple is having in China are a direct result of its high cost and the fact that it has a very large margin of error.
This means that the biggest way Apple can make money is to lower prices, and Apple is not willing to lower its prices in order to do that.
But there’s a solution for that problem.
It looks like Apple is finally trying to figure out a way to lower iPhone prices.
But Apple is also trying to make the iPhone cheaper and it needs to do this in a way that makes it seem like the company is actually increasing prices.
There’s a way Apple could do this, and this is where Apple’s sales numbers come in.
Apple says it is increasing iPhone prices in countries where it sells to its customers.
And it has been doing this for years, but that was mostly in Europe, Japan, and South Korea.
Apple is now trying to do something similar in China where it currently sells its phones, but at a reduced price.
Apple estimates that it could lower iPhone price by 15% to 20% in China if it starts selling the iPhone there at the same time that it does in other parts of the world where it is selling phones.
If this strategy works, it would help the company keep its customers in China for longer and keep the company from having to