Good news for all Chinese Apple fans! The 3G version of Apple’s New iPad just received an approval that would compatible with China Unicom 3G network. China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center listed the device as “model number A1430.” Obtaining such a permit has always been an indication that a release date is imminent.
In the past experience, vendors often begin selling new devices within weeks of network-access licenses being granted. The arrival is crucial to Apple since the country has over a billion people. The slow release is apparently because of the continuing trademark lawsuit between Apple and Chinese electronics maker Proview. And previously, at the start of March, a Proview’s lawyer disclosed the dispute will end soon and it is likely to be settled out of court. In addition, the WiFi-only version of the new iPad has granted regulatory approval in the late March, however the device still has not surfaced in the country yet. Will this 3G network permit imply the iPad trademark dispute soon to be ended?
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