"Apple may have blinked first in the ongoing battle with the Chinese government to allow the company to sell a Wi-Fi-enabled iPhone in that country.
The back-and-forth battle between Apple and China's Ministry of Industry and Information may be coming to a close. According to a BusinessWeek report, Apple has applied for a Network Access License that would allow the company to begin selling the iPhone without Wi-Fi."
Danwei interview posted by Alice with Jiamin, one of three founders of the Yeeyan translation community.
Assistant Professor of Organizational Studies and Political Science, University of Michigan
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