Apple's iPhone 7 will not be a huge hit in China

It is getting harder for Apple and other smartphone vendors in general to be innovative and to stand out with groundbreaking new features with every new iteration - especially with something that caters to a niche market like China.


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T-Mobile and Ericsson achieve over 12 Gbps on 5G connection
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Ericsson manages Wi-Fi connectivity for high-speed trains in Germany
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Mobile Internet Users in Latin America to Grow by 50 Per Cent by 2020
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Vodafone delivers its first iPhone 7 by drone
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5G seen as an innovation engine by executives in key industries
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Vodafone fined for false price representations
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Telstra triples uplink speeds and hits gigabit downlink speeds in live network demonstration
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Vodafone Greece Sees 4-Fold Jump in Mobile Data Traffic
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Vodafone Buys Lebara Mobile's Australian MVNO
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