According to the latest report from Counterpoint Research, Apple continues to be the number one smartphone seller in China for six consecutive weeks. Note that we are talking about both quantitative and monetary terms.
Apple jumped to first place in China immediately after the release of the iPhone 13 (week 39 of last year is the far left point on the charts). After that, Apple was on equal footing with vivo and Oppo, taking first, then second, then third place, until it broke into first place in week 47, which it did not give up until the end of the year.
Analysts attribute the iPhone 13’s success to an attractive starting price, a new camera, and 5G support. In addition, Apple’s main competitor in the premium segment, Huawei, has lost market due to ongoing US sanctions.
Among the Apple iPhone 13 models, the base model has the highest share of sales. It is followed by the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro.