“China Mobile Ltd. said Thursday it has reached consensus with Apple Inc. on using its fourth-generation technology on iPhones to be offered by the Chinese mobile services provider,” Chester Yung reports for MarketWatch. “However, China Mobile Chairman Wang Jianzhou said talks with Apple on launching the iPhone remain ongoing.”
“Wang told reporters that there are over 4 million China Mobile customers using the iPhone,” Yung reports. “Currently, China Unicom (Hong Kong) Ltd. is the only Chinese mobile operator to offer them.”
Yung reports, “Wang also said the company plans to start commercial trials of the 4G technology it is promoting, called time-division long term evolution, or TD-LTE, in China beginning next year.”
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