iPhone 5 heads to China
Members of the iPhone fan club who live in China have reason to get excited. According to All Things D, on November 30 Apple announced the December 14 release date of the iPhone 5 in China, the most heavily populated country in the world.
The news source additionally indicated that the iPhone's release will be preceded by the Chinese release of both the Wi-Fi version of the iPad mini and the fourth-generation iPad on December 7.
Due to China's population size alone, the country is a particularly important market and offers the chance for a great deal of growth. Apple has been hard at work to make the iPhone an attractive option for Chinese consumers, adding numerous new features specifically for this market to iOS. Perhaps the most notable feature Apple has added is an update to the electronic assistant known as "Siri," which allows it to now understand Mandarin and Cantonese.
While China is on the other side of the planet from the United States, the world is becoming increasingly global. Knowing that a person in China is looking at the same app as you could be enough to put a little kick in your step. But if that kick turns into a stumble that sends your iPhone flying, turning to iResQ's iPhone repair services can get you back to feeling connected.