“Apple Inc. representatives met with Mexican regulators this month ahead of the debut of its smartwatches, indicating that the iPhone maker is stepping up efforts to make the new product available internationally,” Patricia Laya and Tim Higgins report for Bloomberg.
“Five executives from Apple, which hasn’t outlined its plans for an international rollout of the Apple Watch, met with Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute President Gabriel Contreras and other commissioners on Feb. 11 to ‘discuss advances in health-care devices,’ according to an agenda published on the regulator’s website,” Laya and Higgins report. “The Apple executives who met with the Mexican regulators included Afshad Mistri, a global health-care market manager, and Kalinda Raina, a senior manager for global privacy. Mexico is opening its telecommunications market to new entrants as laws passed last year remove barriers on foreign investment and enforce penalties on dominant operators.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” and “David E.” for the heads up.]