Apple's iPhone sales are starting to stabilize in China, Morgan Stanley says (AAPL)
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China's demand for iPhones appears to be stabilizing according to data compiled by Morgan Stanley.

The iPhone's increased market share in China is due to cutting prices amid a weakening smartphone market in the country.

Apple earlier warned investors on fourth-quarter revenue, citing a steep drop in demand in China iPhone sales.

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iPhone demand in China, a key weakness driving down Apple's stock recently, appears to be stabilizing according to new research from Morgan...

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