'A shot across the bow': how geopolitics threatens Apple's dependence on China

Sep 17, 2023 View Original Article
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50% : The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday denied any formal prohibition but alluded to iPhone-related "security incidents" and told smartphone makers to comply with the law.
27% : Gene Munster, managing partner at Deepwater Asset Management, said a "worst case" was that the ban inside government would cut global iPhone sales by 2 per cent and overall revenues by 1 per cent in 2024.

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