The folks at China do get the short end of the stick sometimes when it comes to gizmos, despite being the country that churns out some of the most clones of famous devices such as the entire iClone run, not to mention raising the ire of Rovio with a non-licensed Angry Birds park. Well, nice to know that the Wall Street Journal did report on China’s certification agency delivering the go-ahead message for the iPad 2 3G to be approved, which is big news in the world’s most populous country. After all, the iPad 2 did make its mark in China since debuting in May, although outside of Hong Kong, only the Wi-Fi model has been released.
Perhaps a China Unicom 3G model with the right kind of inducements will be able to finally turn Apple’s face their way – after all, who does not want to sell their stuff to China, as the country undergoes an unprecedented economic boom currently.
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