In the wake of China's stock market drops, some investors are starting to worry that the the country's economy won't be able to handle demand for new consumer products and thus bring about some major problems for companies largely exposed to the country -- namely Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). China is Apple's second-largest revenue market after the U.S. and its largest smartphone market.

Of course, China's stock market problems aren't desirable for anyone, but as we'll see in the slides below, they likely don't spell doom for China, or Apple. In fact, there's plenty for Apple to look forward to there. Click through the slideshow below to find out out how Apple's really doing in China and why it's a great time for the company to be there. 

 

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