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Ben Bajarin
Very interesting what is happening to Xiaomi in China. I’m very interested to see their arc end at the end of 2015.
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ResisterRobbie 30 Apr 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
The Chinese know the difference between the real Apple and the phow apple.
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Steve Anastos 30 Apr 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
Ben what is the chart? Growth rate, total share, share of new, etc?
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Ben Bajarin 30 Apr 15
Replying to @steveanastos
share of sales by quarter.
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Jay Goldberg 30 Apr 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
You should add product launches to this. May cast that arc in a new light
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Brent Billings πŸ“· 30 Apr 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
Q1 15 is labeled Q1 14.
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Ben Bajarin 30 Apr 15
Replying to @eibcb
doh! Fixed it but tweeted the wrong one.. Thanks.
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Brent Billings πŸ“· 30 Apr 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
Still a good illustration. πŸ‘πŸΌ
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Nathan Stevens 30 Apr 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
The apple of China may just turn out to be the same Apple as everywhere else.
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Ben Bajarin 30 Apr 15
@lelandusa Apple.
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Randy Bias 30 Apr 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
@lelandusa The Chinese market began to understand that software & user experience matters, not just speeds and feeds.
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𝓣𝓻𝓸𝓾𝓽 π“œπ“Έπ“·π“―π“ͺ𝓡𝓬𝓸 1 May 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
things like Audio Messages in iMessage were borrowed/added to iOS for China. Commonly used, easier to audio than type chars.
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Bobby 1 May 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
Important vectors for tech investors. User experience and software is still eating the consumer world, China included.
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Jason Robinson πŸ“Ž 1 May 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
Why the large drop for Samsung end of 2013? This is before either Apple or Xiaomi really starting to grow.
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kirk israel 1 May 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
Choice of colors iffy... light blue , light green, blue-green?
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Ben Bajarin 1 May 15
Replying to @VafeR
The whole of the Chinese vendors rising.
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Jason Robinson πŸ“Ž 1 May 15
Replying to @BenBajarin
Ah, makes sense. Thanks.
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Ben Bajarin 1 May 15
Replying to @studuncan @gruber
Yes. Also, the more I study what’s happening in luxury market in China the more optimistic I get on Apple there.
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