Two days ago it was reported that three Apple India executives have quit as the company looks to rejig its iPhone sales strategy in the country. Until now, there was foggy explanation on why the Cupertino-based giant wants to change its India strategy; a new development could clear the picture. According to a Bloomberg report, in India, where it has a market share of about 2 percent, Apple has sold just 3.2 million iPhones in 2017 and in the first half of 2018, fewer than a million devices have been moved.
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