Nearly two months after it went on sale in the U.S., the Wi-Fi version of the iPad 2 arrived in China, attracting large crowds outside the company's Beijing store.
Rovio plans Chinese versions of its Angry Birds game, with a target of 100 million downloads in China this year
The launch of Apple's iPhone 4 in a white casing generated a long line of Chinese customers outside one of the company's stores in Beijing on Thursday.
Downloads of the Angry Birds game has reached 140 million, according to publisher Rovio Mobile
While Apple's iPhone is selling well across the globe, China has emerged as its fastest growing market for the device.
Lenovo, Motorola and Dell are preparing to launch tablets in China. But can the Happy Pad outsell Apple's iPad?
A group of Chinese workers who were poisoned while manufacturing iPhones say Apple and its supplier have yet to provide for the additional medical treatment they require.
The social networking site LinkedIn has been blocked in China, a move that analysts say is tied to Chinese government efforts to suppress mention of a "Jasmine Revolution" on the Internet.
Workers at a Chinese factory that supplies Apple are still suffering the effects of exposure to a chemical cleaning agent more than a year after the incident.
Apple restated its pledge to provide safe working conditions for workers assembling of its products after environmental groups in China released a report critical of the company.
The sale of hacked iTunes accounts in China has been dealt a blow as the Chinese online retailer Taobao.com has decided to remove all product listings relating to the sale of the stolen accounts.
The sale of iTunes accounts that have reportedly been hacked has yet to be stopped by Apple or the Chinese e-commerce site hosting the sellers.
New contract rules at China Unicom meant to prevent Chinese iPhone 4 owners from reselling their phones have drawn the attention of the Chinese government.
Apple is about to launch the MacBook Air in China, just a month after its U.S. launch.
China's strict controls on its Internet usage will eventually fail, said Google CEO Eric Schmidt.