The launch of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C on the world’s largest mobile carrier moves one step further, with a pre-order date being announced.
With the iPhones finally days away from being launched on China Mobile, it is expected that Apple might be able to get its iPads as well on the world’s largest mobile carrier.
Though the Oppo N1, due out on December 10, is pretty innovative and visually striking, the true heir to Find 5’s throne and the top spot on the OEM’s totem pole has long been rumored to come after the N1 and get branded as the Find 7.
Apple’s much rumored deal with China Mobile to bring its iPhones on the carrier has finally been signed, sealed and delivered.
With the much rumored China Mobile iPhone launch just around the corner, an analyst expects Apple to rake in an additional $10 billion in revenues from the launch.
A purported screenshot of the iPhone pre-registration page on China Mobile’s website has leaked online.
China’s official news agency, Xinhua, has confirmed that China Mobile’s 4G and iPhone launch is just around the corner.
Speculation about China Mobile iPhone launch stirs up once again as the carrier is finally expected to make an announcement on December 18.
The iPhone has long been rumored to debut on China Mobile, a new job opening at Apple hints at the impending launch yet again.
A purported ad campaign that China Mobile is expected to run has leaked out. It touts the carrier’s offering of “The Strongest iPhone.”
Despite the fact that pre-orders have already begun for the iPhone 5C, no official figures have been released as of now by any of Apple’s major partners. China Mobile is the first to break its silence, the carrier claims it has received over 100,000 reservations for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
It was rumored over the last few weeks that Apple will announce iPhone launch on China Mobile at its September 10 event, it didn’t. Rumors of the launch heat up again as Chinese regulator grants Apple a network access license for the carrier.
A new report claims that Apple has sent its top executives to meet with major retailers in Russia for discussions concerning the iPhone. The company supposedly wants to expand its presence in the market ahead of the expected launch of two new iPhones next month.
According to the interim financial statement it released today, China Telecom’s revenues jumped by 28.3 percent in the first half of this year. The jump is partly due to rising 3G subscribers, majority of them use iPhones. iPhone users generally tend to use more mobile data.
China Mobile is the biggest wireless carrier in the world, but it doesn’t officially sell Apple devices. The company has been rumored to be in talks with the carrier, but no deal has surfaced as yet.
Aside from easily dominating the local mobile telecommunications décor, China Mobile is currently the most popular carrier in the world, having over 700 million subscribers (the world number two has less than 400 million and the Chinese runner-up just 160 mil).
We heard yesterday that Apple CEO Tim Cook was in China, meeting with local partners. It has now been confirmed that he also met with China Mobile’s Chairman, a carrier that doesn’t officially sell Apple’s mobile devices.
The day has come when Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chipset finally sees itself in a phone which is actually being launched into the market, and will be available to consumers for purchase. The ZTE Geek U988S is the world’s first Tegra 4 Smartphone, and is coming soon to China Mobile.
Oppo has started taking in pre-orders for the Find 5 TD, which is a China Mobile variant of the Oppo Find 5.