Demand for Apple's iPhone has gone 'from bad to worse,' analysts claim

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Wall Street analysts claim public demand for Apple's flagship handsets is getting worse, particularly in China. Recent iPhone price cuts in the region also don't seem to be helping jumpstart demand.
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