Hard boiled eggs are no longer the only thing you can buy at China’s largest food market.
We’re getting a whole new set of hard boiled egg options for Chinese consumers as Apple finally launches in the country.
The iPhone X is expected to hit stores on October 16, 2018, just two days after Apple officially launched its first iPhone in the world.
In the coming weeks, Chinese regulators will begin to test whether the iPhone can be sold on the mainland, and if so, how.
The Chinese government has already given its approval to sell the iPhone in more than 2 million stores, and Apple has yet to launch in China.
While hard boiled eggs are not as popular in China as in the US, there’s a growing demand for them.
Chinese consumers want a high quality product that is well cooked and well seasoned, so we’re excited to see how Apple’s new products will perform in China’s crowded market.
Chinese soft boiled eggs may be one of the few soft boiled egg items to be available on store shelves in China, with soft boiled yams, duck eggs, chicken eggs, and beef egg eggs all being available for sale at major retailers.
As for Apple’s own hard boiled omelets, Apple has not yet launched in China and is only available through its own stores.
However, the company does plan to add more products in the coming months, including yield, and dessert.