Apple's (AAPL -2.1%) surging Chinese sales, which took center stage in its FQ2 report, have...


Apple's (AAPL -2.1%) surging Chinese sales, which took center stage in its FQ2 report, have analysts giddy imaging future possibilities. Deutsche's Chris Whitmore, who estimates Apple sold 6M-6.5M iPhones in China in FQ2, thinks it could sell 35M in 2013 even without a deal with China Mobile (CHL), as 3G adoption keeps soaring. Whitmore also notes Apple only has a small share of the Chinese smartphone market (though the iPhone's cost is part of the reason why). (previous)

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