A new report said that U.S. customers opted for iPhone models with higher storage capacity when upgrading from base iPhone models.
Reports indicate that Japanese consumers prefer to buy secondhand iPhones due to high prices of new models and the weakening yen.
Apple issued an official announcement about the problems with the supply of iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max due to COVID-19 restrictions in China.
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Canalys recently reported that iPhone shipments in China increased by 36% despite overall decline in Chinese smartphone market.