iPhones Officially Launching in Taiwan Market This December

In December, the iPhone 3G is set to make its debut in Taiwan, as reported by Kaddy Chung and Adam Hwang from Digitimes.

Chunghwa Telecom has secured exclusive rights to sell the device, though specific details regarding pricing and availability remain undisclosed.

Meanwhile, gray market versions of the phone have been sold for as much as NT$28,500 (approximately US$865).

As noted by NetworkWorld, the introduction of the iPhone in Taiwan could indicate that it is ready for release in China, suggesting that the necessary Chinese language support is either complete or nearing completion.

[Source: Cult of Mac.]

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