The number of Apple’s iOS devices in China has surpassed 10 million, according to a new report from research firm IDC.
Apple’s mobile devices in the country have seen a significant surge in usage in recent months as it has pushed its devices to customers around the world.
IDC says the number of devices in circulation rose to a whopping 1.5 million in September, the biggest monthly increase in iOS device usage in more than a year.
Apple sold more than 7.3 million iPhones in China in the month of September, according the report, which also revealed that the number is up by more than 5 percent in the same month last year.
IDC noted that Apple’s market share in the market rose to 28.4 percent in September.
The numbers are important, said IDC Analyst Daniela Zwiers, because the Chinese market is still a relatively small one, accounting for about 5 percent of global sales.
In addition, China’s mobile users are still largely concentrated in the top 5 percent income earners, with the top 10 percent owning more than 80 percent of all mobile users, Zwier said.
Apple has also added more than 1.2 million paid subscriptions to its mobile payments service in China since it began offering the service in the fall of 2018, according a statement from the company.IDC estimates that there are around 11 million iPhone Xs, 12 million iPhone Pros and 7.7 million iPhones running iOS 11, a new version of iOS released in late September.
The new versions of iOS come with a number of new features that have helped Apple become a popular choice for Apple’s devices.
For instance, the latest version of the operating system is now a universal app that can be used across all iOS devices.
For developers, Apple’s app ecosystem is still evolving.
Developers have added several new features in iOS 11 to help them build apps for the iPhone X and iPhone Pros.
One of the most popular of those is the ability to use a “full screen” mode in which a user can view a webpage while still being able to use their device’s camera, keyboard or other devices.
In September, Apple released a new tool that lets developers create full screen apps for iPhones and iPads that allow users to use the device’s built-in camera.
It’s called FaceTime Camera and it allows developers to use camera and microphone to capture video and audio as they navigate and interact with the device.
Another new feature for developers is the creation of a “Home Screen” for users to customize.
For the first time, Apple introduced an expanded Home Screen in iOS 12, which is now available in iOS 10.
Apple is also offering developers the ability for their apps to use FaceTime capabilities when the device is in airplane mode, when the user is holding the device and when using Siri, a voice-controlled assistant.
Apple is the latest smartphone maker to try to tap into China’s growing smartphone market.
The iPhone 7, which Apple unveiled in July, was sold in China but sold out immediately.
In addition, Samsung, which sells phones in more countries than any other, has been trying to tap Chinese markets with the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
Apple isn’t the only company that is trying to make a name for itself in China.
The Japanese tech giant SoftBank has announced plans to open a research lab in Beijing and launch a new subsidiary in the Chinese city of Tianjin.
The move has drawn criticism from some quarters who question the potential for the company to build its presence in China to be as successful as it is in the United States.