Despite Apple’s public pronouncements of success in China, a survey finds 90 percent of consumers don’t use – and don’t like China Unicom, the No. 2 carrier the Cupertino, Calif. company picked to exclusively sell the iPhone.
Fewer than 10 percent of China residents between the age of 22 and 32 use China Unicom, and of [...]
While much of the talk about the iPhone’s success had centered on the U.S. and Europe, it appears Apple’s entry into China has been a little-discussed but important reason why the Cupertino, Calif. company Tuesday blew the doors off... Read Post
Telecom giant China Unicom, which exclusively carries the iPhone in China today, will be selling Apple's iPad in the world's largest mobile market starting very soon, an unnamed company insider told Chinese media company Caixin. Tha... Read Post