Definitely, the hegemony ofApple is indisputable. In the “Do what I say, not what I do” category, Meng Whanzou, Huawei’s chief financial officer, poses as the undisputed leader. The famous tech news site Bloomberg reports that Ms. Whanzou, at the heart of a diplomatic conflict between China and the United States, and who spends her time trying to sell Huawei smartphones, tablets and computers, used a iPhone 7 Plus, a Macbook Air and one iPad Pro before his arrest in December. The material was then seized by Canadian authorities.
Lawyers for the chief financial officer have since filed a lawsuit to recover all of the content stored on her Apple products. A request that has not yet been completed. As a reminder, Meng Wanzhou was arrested at the request of the United States because she is suspected of having circumvented an American embargo imposed on Iran. She would have sold American technologies to a company in this controversial country.
At the time of his arrest, Meng Whanzou still had another phone: a Huawei Mate 20 RS, with a Porsche design. In its 512 GB internal memory configuration, the smartphone exceeds the price of 2000 euros. Did Meng Whanzou prefer her iPhone 7 Plus to her Huawei Mate 20 RS? There is only one step to think about it.