Chinese consumers believe that without wechat, iPhone will become “expensive e-waste”. Following Trump’s executive order last week, iPhone fans across China are now rethinking their dependence on the iPhone. < / P > < p > a questionnaire launched on Weibo asked users to choose between iPhone and wechat. So far, more than 1.2 million people have responded, and about 95% of the participants said that they would rather give up their mobile phone instead of wechat. Trump’s ban will force many Chinese users to switch from iPhones to other brands, because wechat is so important to Chinese users. With more than 1 billion users, wechat is one of the most important applications in China. If wechat is no longer supported, the iPhone will become useless for most Chinese users. < / P > < p > the scope of Trump’s order is not clear at present. The most important thing is whether it will apply only to the U.S. or to the global business transactions of U.S. companies. Ming Chi Kuo, an apple analyst, predicts that if it is the latter, Chinese consumers will no longer buy iPhones in the future, resulting in Apple losing 30% of its global sales. < p > < p > Apple has also warned the White House that Trump’s order will put the company at great risk. Disney, Ford, Intel, Morgan Stanley, ups and Wal Mart have also informed the White House that U.S. companies may face serious consequences.