The long awaited iPhone deal between China Mobile and Apple has finally come to reality. Tech giant Apple really wants to sign deal with the world's largest wireless carrier China Mobile since 2007. China Mobile has more than 70 percent users of the world's biggest mobile market of China.
With more than 740 million subscribers, China Mobile would be an ideal operator for Apple's record breaking iPhone devices. That is why, Tim Cook anxiously wants to sign deal with giant operator. But lots of hurdles came in between the deal during the past years. But now Cook's efforts become fruitful.
China's regulatory commission TENAA (just like FCC), has finally approved the release of both new iPhones in the country. Engadget reports that TENAA "has released documents clearing a pair of iPhones packing GSM-enabled TD-LTE radios." It means that now all China Mobile subscribers will shortly get the new Apple devices of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.