2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Apple representatives have officially confirmed the signing of an agreement with the Chinese operator China Mobile. A message of the corresponding content appeared on the website of the American corporation
In addition, starting from December 25 of this year, everyone will be able to place an order for an iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C on the official China Mobile website.
It is known that smartphones from Apple in China will operate in 4G / TD-LTE and 3G / TD-SCDMA networks.
The signed agreement is of great importance for the apple company, which for quite a long time could not promote its services to the clients of the largest Chinese operator. Recall that China Mobile and Apple for many years could not come to an agreement due to the terms offered by the American corporation.
Apple will undoubtedly improve its position in the Chinese market, with China Mobile's total subscriber base of around 700 million.
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