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Apple is not having a good time in China and is under massive pressure from firms such as Huawei, Vivo, and Oppo. What Apple needs is a cheaper iPhone, but that means making some pretty big compromises.

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According to the Global Times, Apple is working on an iPhone would retail for around the 5,000 yuan ($730) price point, which…

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