Last November, when Apple (AAPL) first startes advertising the iPhone in China, the biggest world cell phone market with almost 800 million subscribers, forecasters termed the open a “disappointment.” The stand in lines of clientele was underwhelming, as well as behind four days of sales, China Unicom (CHU) had allegedly controlled to sign up merely 5,000 subscribers.
Over 50,000 Chinese consumers pre-ordered this model, and when the doors unlocked at latest store of Apple in Joy City of Beijing shopping mall, the line up was over 1,000 customers long.
Sun Jian Kuan, a 26 years of age, told a . . . → Read More: China Welcomes iPhone 4 After Previous Disappointment