Apple appoints its first head of China

Isabel Ge Mahe, currently VP of wireless technologies, will take the role which is arguable among the hardest in all of tech. Apple needs to arrest a sales slump and navigate a complicated relationship with the Chinese government, which has raised internet censorship crackdowns and imposed restrictions on overseas firms in recent years. 

Related: Apple is building its first China-based data center to comply with new cybersecurity laws.


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