Apple’s iPhone 15 launch clouded by China problems

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By Stephen Nellis CUPERTINO, California (Reuters) – Apple on Tuesday is expected to unveil a new iPhone 15 lineup as questions about market access in China and competition hang over the World’s most valuable listed company. The iPhone made up more than half of Apple’s $394.3 billion in sales last year, but it faces new challenges with selling in China, the Cupertino, California firm’s third-largest market. Apple’s latest phones are expected to have new charging ports, titanium cases and cameras, but their debut at its Apple Park headquarters at 10 a.m. PT (1700 GMT) will come as the Chinese go…

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