Apple’s iPad 2 certified for China, iPhone 4 supply stabilizes in Hong Kong

“Sales of the iPhone 4 are finally stabilizing on Apple’s Hong Kong online store, checks show,” MacNN reports.

“The device is now consistently available, shipping in about 5 to 7 days regardless of the capacity chosen,” MacNN reports. “Previously the phone would only briefly appear for sale online before being pulled again, likely due to intense demand. Hong Kong iPhones are often a target for the gray market.”

MacNN reports, “The Chinese government, meanwhile, has reportedly granted China Compulsory Certification (3C) to the iPad 2. The license was awarded on April 8th, and is valid until the same date in 2016.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]

3 Comments

  1. Number 1 in population and growing richer (China) is helping AAPL to become the #1 biggest company in the World by next year 2012 🙂
    Remember 1QFY11, greater China contributed $2.7 billion bucks and by September it could total to $10 billion!
    So 2day we get China and India selling iPhone 4!!
    Double trouble for da copycats!! Go Apple 🙂

  2. Excellent. With Apple’s multi-prong approach hitting China, India and Brazil at the same time with iDevices, the tsunami continues to roll.

    Apple: now serving 2.5 billion more people than before.

  3. Still more great news and yet they keep pulling the stock down while the big boys keep buying it up. I read that even George Soros is sucking up the shares they scare the people out of.

    Everyone knows that Apple will be passing $450 or $550 this year yet another day down. Maybe I will go get lunch now and see where it is at end of the day.

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