Apple's (AAPL) key adversary is drawing the full force of the White House's ire, but that feeling isn't universal.
After the arrest of Huawei CFO Sabrina Meng, it became quite clear that Apple and Huawei would be the two major flashpoints of the U.S.-China trade war and a broader battle for technological supremacy that shows no signs of an early armistice.
That feeling was only furthered solidified by the release of Chinese shipment figures from International Data Corporation that touted Apple's numbers as far outpacing the declines of the broader industry and standing in direct contrast to Huawei's blockbuster showing.
In essence, a trade war takes two to tango.
For a rundown of where each nation stands in the war between the two largest economies in the world and their biggest and most visible companies, check out the infographic below:
Stay tuned to Real Money for a full explainer on the history of Huawei and how it has come to the forefront of concerns about China.