iPhone Set to Launch in China This Friday: Full Report

According to a recent report by Daily Finance, Apple’s iPhone is poised to enter the Chinese market soon. This development follows months of speculation, with initial reports in July suggesting a possible delay to 2020, as noted by TUAW.

However, recent developments have accelerated the timeline. Apple’s executive team, including VP Greg Joswiak, has been actively engaging with China Unicom to finalize the launch details.

Just this week, China Unicom confirmed through Reuters that they will include the iPhone in their upcoming media briefing scheduled for this Friday.

This announcement has sparked further anticipation of an imminent release. The Chinese market, with its vast population exceeding 1.3 billion and a sophisticated mobile broadband infrastructure offering superior download speeds compared to the U.S., presents a significant opportunity for Apple.

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