Gold and Rose Gold both are designed mainly for China market

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by j2ee, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. j2ee Suspended


    Apr 21, 2015
    Here is the news:

    Greater China contributes about 25% of Apple’s revenue, amounting to $13 billion last quarter, and at yesterday’s keynote CEO Tim Cook said the iPhone market on the mainland grew 75% in the past year. A rose gold iPhone’s release probably a testament to the original gold iPhone’s success, and that success has been driven largely by the color’s warm welcome from China.

    It is not surprised at all. Who loved to use the gold iphone in China? Those uneducated rich Chinese people who got rich mainly by relationship, they don't care what is iphone or any technical specs, all they care is show off, showing they are rich. The same theory applies to 6s, showing a pink color means you have money to get a new 6s, but Apple makes a mistake that most rich people in China are men not women, if they make a color that is for men then may earns even more. They may just put a dragon on the iphone.
  2. mojolicious macrumors 68000


    Mar 18, 2014
    Sarf London
    Americans: terrified of Red China, derisive of 'free market' China. Those lil yellow guys just can't catch a break, huh?

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