Apple’s 2010 push in China: New iPad, iPhone 4G and Mac sales

By Alan Ng - Mar 22, 2010

Here is some very interesting news to bring you now, as it has been reported that Apple are planning to open up as many as 25 new Apple stores in China – with the aim of increasing sales for the iPhone, iPad and their upcoming new Mac additions.

According to this article from Apple Insider, Apple are looking to gain a foothold in the world’s biggest country, by increasing their marketshare in each relevant department in relation to the iPhone, Mac and new iPad tablet.

The latest research from Morgan Stanley has concluded that there are currently 2 million iPhones already in circulation in China, with this figure expected to grow considerably with the release of the 4G iPhone.

What are your thoughts on Apple’s push into the Chinese market? Is this a good move for the company or not?

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