You would think that Apple and China have a pretty good relationship, what with Apple updating iOS to include the Baidu search engine and Chinese-specific services, but it seems that despite their efforts, Apple has reportedly managed to get themselves on China’s consumer watchdog’s “company integrity” blacklist which is based in Guandong. This is apparently due to Apple’s after-sales service which has been reported as being “unfair” (via National Business Daily) thanks to numerous complaints from customers who were not very pleased with Apple’s after-sales service. No word on how this will impact sales of Apple products, but it certainly does not give them a very good image, what with the whole controversy surrounding worker conditions at Apple’s manufacturing partner, Foxconn, which is also located in China. Hopefully this will clear things up! So are there any of our readers out there who might have had a bad experience with Apple’s after-sales service (doesn’t matter where you’re from)? Let us know in the comments below!
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