China claims to notice “security incidents” with Apple iPhones, denies ban on iPhone

Yesterday Apple Inc. officially unveiled the much-awaited and highly anticipated iPhone 15 series that includes four smartphones- iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max. The pre-orders of the devices will start from the coming 15th September. Ahead of the official launch of this latest series Bloomberg reported that the company will be selling “Made-in India” iPhones in South Asian countries and a few other regions.

Well, this was indeed great news for India as this step by Apple will be highlighting the growing production powers of India. Also many assumed that the company might be planning to shift from China-made devices. Recently it was revealed that China has banned iPhone use for its government officials at work sparking many rumors and speculations.

In a recent report by Bloomberg, it was revealed that China has identified security problems with Appe Inc.’s iPhones. As per Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning, “China has not issued laws and regulations to ban the purchase of Apple or foreign brands’ phones. But recently we did notice that there have been some security incidents concerning Apple phones..”

Seems like Apple is going to face some serious trouble as China is now emphasizing using locally-made tech products and the company heavily relies on China for revenue growth and manufacturing.

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