Apple significantly reduced the price of iPhone in China
Apple has reduced prices on current iPhone models in China ahead of a large-scale festival of online shopping. Thus the company tries to keep sales dynamics observed in the course of a gradual recovery in the second largest economy in the world after the pandemic coronavirus.
In China, Apple distributes its products through multiple channels. In addition to retail stores, the company sells their devices through the official online shop on Tmall shopping site owned by Alibaba Group. In addition, JD.com is an authorized reseller of Apple.
On Tmall, you can buy an iPhone, 11 with the amount of drive 64 GB for $669,59, which is 13% lower than the normal cost of the device. Prices on iPhone 11 Pro will start at $1067, and on 11 Pro Max with $1176. SE the new iPhone will cost $436 for the basic package.
JD.com offers even lower prices. 11 iPhone 64GB worth $647. More advanced iPhone 11 Pro will cost $985 for the base version, and prices for 11 Pro Max start at $1055. The cost of the basic iPhone SE JD.com is $432.
Interestingly, the official Chinese website Apple prices have remained the same.
This price reduction is timed to the festival online sales, which is held annually on 18 June and a similar sale on November 11. Apple is participating in this event for the second time only.
Representative JD.com reported that the profit from iPhone sales in the first hour after the announcement of the discounts exceeded last year’s figure for the same period three times.