China is an important market in the world of smartphones and Apple is now the 5th largest smartphone seller in the country. » Read the rest
A Chinese court has found Apple at fault and order the company to compensate three Chinese writers in the amount of $118,000. » Read the rest
In the aftermath of the earthquake in China last week, Apple has pledged $8 million in aid to the recovery. » Read the rest
A recent report in the People’s Daily newspaper says that 60% of the public has a lowered opinion of Apple. Though that may be seriously flawed. » Read the rest
Apple is one of the targets in a recent campaign by the Chinese government to stamp out pornography on the web. » Read the rest
Police have arrested a number of scammers in Wenzhou China for returning counterfeit iPhone parts and getting them replaced with real ones. » Read the rest
Apple got off to a great start with the launch of the iPhone 5, moving 2 million handsets over the weekend in China. » Read the rest
China Unicom, the second largest carrier in the country, asked for iPhone 5 pre-orders on Monday and they got them.
Chinese regulators, awarding it with a network acess license, approved Apple’s iPhone 5. The phone is expected to launch in mid-December.
China Telecom, the smallest of China’s three carriers, had started taking pre-orders for the iPhone 5 yesterday.