iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C reported release date for China is November 28th for 5,599 yuan and 3,399 yuan respectively. Apple is said to work with China Mobile to launch both devices, supported by its TD network, in China.
We already reported that Apple is rumored to launch its new iPhone lineup on September 10th. Rumor mills are churning these days around the expected launch dates for new iPhone and low-cost plastic iPhone in US and different countries. Previous reports hints new iPhone launch in Japan on Sep. 20th.
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A new rumor is pegging about the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C release date is China. Yang Tao from China's First Financial Daily reports (via CNet) that Apple is working with China Mobile to launch its next generation and cheap version iPhone in the country on November 28th. iPhone 5S is expected to come at price of 5,599 yuan and iPhone 5C at 3,399 yuan. It is also reported that the next-generation Apple iPhone's Qualcomm chips will support the TD standard of China Mobile.
But a big question arises here. Why Apple is releasing iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C two months later than rumored global launch? The report also gives answer to the question. It reveals that the verification process for next-generation iPhone has not yet completed that is must by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. So it will take time to complete to process. After that, Apple will be able to launch the new products in the world's largest market through world's largest mobile carrier i.e China Mobile.