US technology giant Apple saw an improvement in its China business in the past quarter even though global iPhone sales fell to less than 50 per cent of total revenue for the first time in seven years.The Cupertino, California-based company on Tuesday reported revenue of US$53.8 billion for the April-June period, up 1 per cent from the same period a year ago and beating Wall Street estimates. CEO Tim Cook shrugged off news that iPhone sales fell to 48.3 per cent of overall revenue, saying it…


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