Huawei CFOlersu prefers Apple products, not its own products!

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In December of last year, Huawei CFOınsu and also HuaweiFounder and CEO Ren Zhengfei Rendaughters Meng WanzhouHas been arrested in Canada because of the USA's perpetration of sanctions against Iran. we transfer.

Months after the incident, the official documents on the arrest BloombergShared important and interesting information about the technological product preferences of Meng Wanzhou. According to a report by Bloomberg, while Meng Wanzhou was arrested, there were products from Apple, one of Huawei's biggest rivals.

3 Apple – 1 Huawei

According to the information, Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei's daughter and company's CFO, Meng Wanzhou, was arrested at the time of his arrest. iPhone 7 Plus, MacBook Air and iPad Pro Carrying their models. One of the most important names of Huawei company, Meng Wanzhou, is one of the most important rivals of its own company instead of the products of Apple's preferred to use the product is quite thought provoking.

Huawei CFO’su Meng Wanzhou

3 Wanzhou, carrying a Huawei product, as well as an Apple product. Huawei Mate 20 RS Porsche Design model. If Huawei was just a smartphone manufacturer and didn't have any products in areas such as laptop, tablet, Wanzhou would have made sense to use Apple products.

But Huawei is not just a smartphone manufacturer. In addition to smartphones, Huawei also has a number of products, including laptop and tablet models. Although Huawei continues to grow rapidly, it is interesting to see us coming up with a new scandal every day. Reports of espionage, copying competitors' products from the use of fake stock photos Huawei, which comes up with so many merak interesting merak news, is waiting for the next step.

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