Apple stores freeze iPhone sales; situation to improve after Nov. (3)

16:27, October 29, 2010      

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The Telecom version of iPhone 4 may come in 1st quarter next year.

According to market information, that a CDMA version of the iPhone 4 will be on the market in the first quarter of next year, but the information has not been officially confirmed by China Telecom. Some analysts pointed out that the launch of a China Telecom version of iPhone 4 will make up for the lack of a high-level product line. It is understood that the iPhone 4 will be called the Tianyi iPhone. Another rumor said that China Mobile is trying to introduce a TD version of the iPhone.

Customer complains about iPhone after sale

According to, there is a consumer who complains that he bought an iPhone 3GS mobile phone with WIFI function in Guangzhou in September this year and later found WIFI is not available. Apple after service center explained that it would work after an upgrade to the system.

However, the problem continued after upgrading the system, and it was finally determined to be WIFI failure, but Apple refused to replace the phone.

By Yan Meng, People's Daily Online
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