China Unicom has announced that they have gotten more than 100,000 reservations for the upcoming iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C without subsidies. » Read the rest
Apple’s current carrier partners in China are China Unicom and China Telecom, who may offer the next iPhones very soon. » Read the rest
The iPhone 5 officially launched in mainland Republic of China in mid-December, last week and it’s suffered a great deal of success ever since. » Read the rest
If you thought the launch of the iPhone 5 was big in America, it looks like it’s just as big over in China, with one of the service carriers already reporting 300,000 reservations. » Read the rest
China Unicom, the second largest carrier in the country, asked for iPhone 5 pre-orders on Monday and they got them.
The telecommunication networks in China just got snazzier. Ahead of the official launch of the iPhone 5 in mainland China, reports are filing in confirming that Chinese State Radio Management has approved two different versions of the iPhone 5 for their carriers. » Read the rest
Even though Apple has yet to debut the iPhone 5 in mainland China, the phone has ostensibly sold out according to first-hand reports from Topeka Capital Markets analyst, Brian White. » Read the rest