“Apple’s CEO stopped to chat with Sina Technology — the technology-related news section of Sina.com, a major online media company based in China — in which he revealed that Apple is working hard behind the seen to improve the approval process in China,” Storm Williams reports for TheTechStorm.
Williams reports, “Here is what Tim Cook had to say about his love for China (some paraphrasing after translation to improve understanding): China has always been Apple’s most important market, is now our second largest market, I am convinced that in the near future, China will become Apple’s largest market in the coming years… I come at least 20 times, and I remember the first time was in 1996, when I not at Apple. Over the years, I have witnessed the tremendous changes in China, a country has a huge dynamic, I love Chinese culture and have very deep feelings, my sister-in-law is Chinese… Apple has many partners in China have close cooperation with Sina, Youku, Baidu, the past few days, I also visited the partner of China Unicom, China Telecom, China Mobile, I hold very deep respect, but I cannot reveal the possibilities for cooperation.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “techstorm” for the heads up.]
Apple CEO Tim Cook meets with China Mobile Chairman Xi Guohua to discuss cooperation – January 10, 2013