The dust is just settling on Apple's (AAPL -0.60%) record-breaking iPhones 6s and 6s Plus launch weekend, with 13 million units sold so far. This year, those sales numbers include iPhones sold in the all-important greater China region. And while Apple's had massive success in the country so far, the company is looking to its next major market -- India -- for more growth. 

According to Strategy Analytics, India will supplant the United States as the world's second-largest smartphone market by 2017. But for all the growth coming in such a large country, Apple still doesn't have a way to directly sell iPhones to Indian consumers. Click on the video below to find out why.