Posts tagged china
It appears that until this week, iOS device users in China have had to pay for their Apps in US Dollars. One of the reasons that Apple haven’t allowed purchases in Chinese Yuan is because it costs them a fee when purchases are made in different currencies. It wasn’t worth it for China as they didn’t make enough purchases on the App Store. Read More
Apple has just released a press release that mentions that the remarkably great iPhone 4S will be available in Hong Kong and South Korea starting from November 11th.
On November 11, iPhone 4S will be available in Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, El Salvador, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Malta, Montenegro, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Romania and South Korea. At the moment, iPhone 4S is available in 29 countries around the world and will be available in more than 70 countries by the end of the year. Read More
Apple has confirmed rumors and reports that said that the company will release the 3G iPad 2 in China, making it avaialble via Online Stores, to the many Authorised Resellers, and in Apple Retails, on Wednesday. Read More
According to a tweet from Mike McCue, CEO of Flipboard, China has blocked user access to Flipboard. Flipboard is a popular App that converts your social feeds into a magazine like format, and makes consuming content from different sites much more intimate. Read More
The folks at MIC Gadget have managed to get their hands on a prototype of the new iPhone 5 with a 4 inch screen and Apple’s A5 processor. This prototype spotted by MIC Gadget has a larger 4 inch screen compared to the present 3.7 inch retina display. The casing of the device looks identical to the white iPhone 4, and MIC is not yet sure if the device is real or not. Read More
When Google kicked up a row and threatened to walk out of China over the issue of Beijing’s web censorship, it had embarked on a tight rope walk while facing an ethical dilemma. On the one hand were the core issues of the principles of ‘freedom of expression’ and ‘right to information’, while on the other was the prospect of losing business at the expense of its stakeholders.