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Weak Chinese economy is dragging down iPhone, Fed says

[2019-01-10 23:10:44]

Sales of iPhones seem to be weaker than in previous years, and the Chairman of the Federal Reserve has an explanation: a drop in consumer spending in China. The implication is that the slowdown in iPhone sales isn’t a result of anything Apple has done. “The Chinese economy is slowing down. It’s showing up a ...

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