“China Telecom, China’s third largest telecom players trailing behind China Mobile and China Unicom, announced on Monday that the version of the next-generation iPhone sold by the carrier is going to support all the wireless networks in the country,” Cyrus Lee reports for ZDNet. “”
“In a Weibo tweet posted by China Telecom’s Shanghai branch on Wednesday afternoon, the carrier said it will unlock the unreleased smartphone,” Lee reports, “meaning the upcoming iPhone 6 sold by China Telecom is going to support dual 4G network, both TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE, and a variety of other networks including WCDMA, CDMA2000, GSM, and CDMA1X, according to a Sina news report.”
“The Weibo tweet also came along with a capture of next-generation iPhones in three different colors, identical to iPhone 5 which are offered in black, silver, and gold,” Lee reports. “However, China Telecom deleted the Weibo tweet subsequently, after being forwarded over 300 times by Chinese users.”
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