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Apple HomePod comes to China at $400 amid iPhone sales woes

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Apple HomePod comes to China at $400 amid iPhone sales woesApple is finally launching HomePod in China, but the timing is tricky as the premium device will have to wrestle with local competitors and a slowing economy. The firm said over the weekend that its smart speaker will be available in Mainland China and Hong Kong starting January 18, adding to a list of countries where […]
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