Video exposes the large market of fake Apple products

There are more fake Apple products than the number of original products which you can find in well-populated markets like China. Almost all of the Apple gadgets have their fakes available there with even some products, which Apple might have never considered making, are also available with Apple logo on them. If you want to see the practice you can visit Shenzhen in China, here we have a video that shows you how things work while making and selling fake Apple products.

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There are several Apple accessories which are on demand these days, in China you will find the same which you may confuse with original one but on very low prices. You can also get gadgets which are really futuristic with their names and tags on them. For instance, you may find a number of accessories tagged with iPhone 7. You can also find external battery pack carrying Apple logo and looking like an iPhone 6s.

You can also get gadgets which are really futuristic with their names and tags on them. For instance, you may find a number of accessories tagged with iPhone 7.

In Chinese city of Shenzhen you can find a number of crazy gadgets and the making of such products is something interesting to watch. You can find manufacturing units faking any Apple gadget and also turning anything into a fake Apple products by placing the logo on it. Many of products don’t make any sense while some others are really impressive with as low prices as $30.

Chinese market and the city of Shenzhen is also the home for real Apple products with Apple’s Chinese partner Foxconn headquartered there. The Foxconn has already been grilled over the mass availability of the counterfeit Apple products. The company has come clean yet but the speculations are strong enough to link it to the fake gadgets. The video by Dom Esposito here takes you to the same market and the same environment where you can have a direct experience of the making of the fake Apple products.

Via: 9to5Mac

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