Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is facing a potential ban in China over a patent dispute.
Xiaomi led the market, while Huawei came in second.
The supplier was allegedly shipping the fake iPhones to foreign countries
Pebble's CEO isn't worried about Apple Watch, claims the two companies are targeting different consumers.
China will be among the first markets where the Apple Watch launches.
Proposed security rules from China would demand U.S. tech companies hand over sensitive technology to the country's government.
The iPhone 6 Plus is significantly more popular in China than in the U.S., according to AppLovin.
Digione has sent a letter to Apple claiming that the iPhone 6 may infringe on its design patent in China.
Apple's App Store will now accept UnionPay, China's only domestic banking card provider
Alibaba's Jack Ma also said he was interested in a partnership with Apple
Foxconn's CEO had mocked curved screen phones earlier this year
Grey market dealers in Beijing expect unofficial shipments of the iPhone 6 to start arriving in China this weekend
Apple has found no widespread use of n-hexane and benzene at final assembly facilities for its products, but the company has still elected to not use the chemicals in those processes anymore.
The lawsuit alleges that Apple has been disclosing iPhone user data to third-parties
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