As long as India was a market is essential for Apple. So they began to manufacture certain models of iPhones in the country in order not to be affected by the taxes of import, and thus put them at competitive prices in the market. May not be this strategy is so successful now because he recently released a new report, says that the company has sold less than a million units of iPhone in India in the first half of this year.
The report issued from the site Bloomberg says it has been selling less than 1 million units of the iPhone in the country until now. Reportedly, he has left three of the top sales managers in the Apple Company Company as part of the restructuring process undertaken by the company now in India.
Although the iPhone is one of the most smart phone applications, however, the market share for Apple in India amounting to about 2 percent only. A report prepared by the company Counterpoint Research is specialized in market research that the company has sold 3.2 million units just from the iPhone in India during the last year. Now that been said it sold less than a million units in the first half of this year, it seems that it is unlikely to be able to Apple TV to achieve the same sales it has achieved in the past year in India.
I have hinted Apple has repeatedly indicated that they want to compete in the country, and for good reason. India is one of the largest markets for smartphones in the world, however, high tariffs, forcing customers to choose the cheap phones manufacturers for Android phones. Apple manufactures the iPhone 6S and iPhone SE locally to avoid tariffs and compete on price, but it doesn’t seem that it helps the company to achieve its goal, at least until now.
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