Apple may be a step closer to offering its iPhone through China Telecom, after yet another Chinese regulator approved a version of the iconic smartphone built for the mobile operator's networks.
Apple should consider launching its products earlier in China, and expand its online distribution there, if it wants to avoid future displays of customer madness, say analysts.
Apple abruptly canceled first-day sales of its iPhone 4S at one of its Beijing stores, prompting an irate customer to throw eggs at the building, and leaving others disappointed after waiting for a number of hours.
Workers at a Foxconn Technology Group campus in China staged a protest last week, threatening to jump off a building if the company did not meet their compensation demands, according to local reports.
A group of Chinese writers has filed a lawsuit against Apple, alleging that the company's App Store sells pirated versions of the authors' works.
A version of the Apple's iPhone built for China Telecom's networks has received approval from a Chinese regulator, putting the iconic smartphone closer in the hands of customers of the mobile operator.
Chinese authorities continue to inspect a factory that produces aluminum casings for Apple's MacBook laptops, following residents' complaints of unbearable odors coming from the facility.
A Chinese court has rejected Apple's lawsuits to gain control of the iPad trademark in China, where a little-known Chinese firm is looking to ban the tablet from being sold in the country under the iPad brand.
Microsoft said on Tuesday it will license the protocols for many of its enterprise systems to a company that will develop compatible applications for Android and iOS.
China has passed the U.S. in the third quarter to become the world's largest smartphone market by shipments, but may find it tough to hold the position in the next two quarters, Strategy Analytics says.
Apple plans to hire a third-party auditing firm to investigate 15 of its suppliers suspected of violating environmental regulations.
The parent of Apple supplier Foxconn has broken ground on a new R&D facility in Taiwan to produce what could be robots that will be used in the company's facilities.
China has become Apple's second-largest market behind the U.S., with revenues increasing almost four times year-over-year for this past quarter, CEO Tim Cook says.
Apple has as yet to launch its new iPhone 4S in China, but the device is already selling in Beijing's gray market at whopping prices of up to about $2,000.
While Apple's iPad reigns as the top-selling tablet in China, half of the sales for the iconic device have come from unauthorized resellers, according to a Beijing-based research firm.