HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) – Apple Inc’s share of China’s smartphone market slipped for a second straight quarter in the fourth quarter of 2011 amid competition from Chinese vendors and as some consumers delayed purchases to wait for the iPhone 4S launch. China has not been an easy market for Apple, with the U.S. technology giant grappling with a lawsuit from a Chinese company over the iPad name and issues at its suppliers’ factories over wages and working conditions. …

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