They are a PRIVATELY held company and can do what they want.
Apple, a publicly traded company does not reveal how many smart watches they sold. As long as they say how many phones they sold its all good though.
Major talent has left Apple lately as well.
Xiaomi seems to be going through a rough patch. But I don't think they are going down the tubes.
I could be wrong.
10:32 pm — Monday, 23 January 2017
I'm not one about to replace my iPhone with one, but our QA department has a few Xiaomi devices – all highly regarded by the staff.
They take design seriously, and that's a good thing.
But seriously: who cares about reporting sales numbers? If Apple sales were dropping, they'd start reporting marketshare of profit or marketshare within a certain price point. It's a pointless dick waving contest.
11:17 pm — Monday, 23 January 2017
> The writing was on the cards
What? Nice mixed metaphor.
11:56 pm — Monday, 23 January 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
> But seriously: who cares about reporting sales numbers?
As a shareholder, I do. If I had a majority share, I'd require them to report sale numbers for ALL products broken down by product.
3:31 am — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
>They take design seriously
More like "they take copying design seriously", lol
3:54 pm — Tuesday, 24 January 2017
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