Chinese smartphone sales continue to decline, but Apple's iPhone is bucking the trend with sales growth.
Apple has reportedly given its engineers in China more responsibility in light of COVID-19 restrictions in the country.
Lens Technology, a notable supply chain partner that worked on the original iPhone, has been accused of accepting forced labor in China.
Chinese users can't get their hands on the Tripadvisor mobile app anymore but nobody seems to know why.
President Trump signed executive orders Thursday night doubling down on earlier reports that the administration would be going after the Chinese-owned app TikTok.
If you're selling an app in the Chinese App Store, you need the government to give the thumbs up.
Strong demand for Apple's iPhone 11 in China reportedly the cause of considerable growth in the country.
The Chinese government this week passed new legislation mandating users to submit facial scans to the government before activating a new SIM card or phone number.
Apple has launched Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and Apple TV+ this year. But none of them are available in China.
During a difficult time in Apple-Chinese relations, the Apple CEO has been named the chairperson of the Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management (Tsinghua SEM) advisory board.
Newly enforced government regulations is prompting Apple to remove CallKit — i.e. integrated VoIP — apps from the China App Store.
UK mobile operator EE has become the first British network to offer 4G LTE roaming coverage in mainland China.
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