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iPhone 5 sales in China hit a record 2 million in first weekend

by Nicole
December 17, 2012 at 6:12 pm

Apple has announced that it sold “more than two million” copies of its iPhone 5 aint the first weekend of sales in China.

Credit: Apple

Last Friday, Apple officially released its new iPhone 5 in China.

According to figures announced by the company, more than 2 million copies have been sold in the first launch weekend.

In a statement to the press, Apple CEO Tim Cook welcomed the launch and the new sales record.

“Customer response to iPhone 5 in China has been incredible, setting a new record with the best first weekend sales ever in China,” Cook said. “China is a very important market for us and customers there cannot wait to get their hands on Apple products.”

Upon the release of the smartphone in September, five million units were sold in three days, but it was available in 9 countries including the United States, Great Britain, Japan, Germany and France.

The launch of the iPhone 5 in China was seen as slow, with no crowds of people bustling to get their hands on the device.

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Source: Apple

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