For Apple is not normal to be outside of the top five of any rating and ranking tenth sounds like a complete failure. This is exactly the situation for the creator of the iPhone in India, but contrary to first impressions, it is not a reason for trouble.

Slowly and persistently Apple manages to fit into the dynamic Indian market, in which in 2016 manage to sold 2.5 million iPhone devices. The data come from Counterpoint Research and although tenth place seems modest indeed last year are sold more phones than any year before.

Most of the released models have been sold in the last quarter, when came out iPhone 7. Overall market in India is dominated by devices with price to $150, which is why the iPhone boutique prices are extremely difficult to digest by local consumers.

Currently the market in the second most populous country in the world is dominated by Chinese brands such as Vivo, Xiaomi, Lenovo and Oppo and top players in the top five is only Samsung.

Recently the KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a new report outlining some of his expectations for the new iPhone models for 2017 expected updates include some structural changes in addition to the new technology for biometric identification.

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