Is it true that some iPhone models are banned in China? What is going on? Let’s take a look. On December 10, Qualcomm official website issued a statement saying that the Chinese court has approved the ban on the sale of some iPhone models because its products infringe Qualcomm’s two patents. After the news came out, Apple’s stock price fell 2% before the market, and Qualcomm rose 3%. Industry insiders said the ban on sales would dampen Apple’s Chinese market. Lawyers said that given the current preliminary lock-up order, Apple can review it once, but the reconsideration is not an appeal, and it will generally draw conclusions quickly, and there are few modifications. Once it goes into effect, Apple can no longer ship the above models. In response, Apple responded that it had appealed against the ban, saying the ban was beyond the scope of the patent. Earlier, Apple stated that “attempting to ban our products is another desperate move by Qualcomm. The company’s violations are being investigated by regulators around the world. Chinese consumers can still buy all models of iPhone. Qualcomm is proposing three patents that they have never proposed before, including a patent that has expired, and we will seek all legal channels through the court.” It is reported that the models that have been banned are iPhone6SPlus, iPhone7, iPhone7Plus. , iPhone8, iPhone8Plus and iPhoneX. Since the two patents infringed by Apple involve the mobile software part, the ban will only affect iPhones running iOS11, while new machines pre-installed with iOS12 will not be affected. Morgan Stanley analyst Katie Huberti said that the ban only applies to devices such as the iPhone running iOS11. In fact, the impact on Apple is very limited and will not have much impact on Apple’s Chinese market.