Apple confirmed in its latest profit offer, iPhone sales have fallen steadily year-on-year since October, and Apple blamed primarily for weak demand in China, but the latest report revealed that this was not the case.
iPhone sales have already fallen in greater China region, which includes China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, affecting the total shipments of Apple, but in fact the company was experiencing “a decline in sales of iPhone in all geographical sectors can be reported since October.
Annual revenue fell on an annualized basis for all regions except North America, where China was the hardest hit, followed by Europe and Japan. In almost every geographical sector, Apple’s iPhone shipments were partially offset by improved performance in other product categories.
For example, the company’s services in the wearable sector in Europe have grown significantly, while services in Japan have been based on EBD. In the Americas, the strong performance of wearable services and devices has succeeded in fully offsetting the weak shipments of iPhone and driving growth year on year 4%.