iPhone 7 – How It’s Made. Why Foxconn Worker Hates Making iPhones

June 30, 2015 | by:    | Apple Foxconn's Hell Factory |

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iPhone 7 coming in 2015. A you ready for life without iPhone 7? or All-New iPad Air 3? Maybe without Apple Watch? Ha ha.
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  Mac OS X Running On MacBook Pro Knockoff? (UPDATED)

June 30, 2015 | by:    | Knockoffs |

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We had talked about the Macbook Pro knockoff before, remember? The old glowing Dragonfly logo is finally upgraded to a glowing Apple logo. Based on the photos of the clone, it makes us think it runs Mac OS X, but is that true? Tell you later.

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  Apple’s Asia’s Largest Store in Beijing Wangfujing.

June 27, 2015 | by:    | Apple |

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Thousands Queue Up for Apple’s Asia’s Largest Store in Beijing Wangfujing. Apple’s brand-new Beijing Wangfujing location opened its doors today to swarms of Chinese Apple fans, journalists and tourists. The new store is a pretty big deal for a few reasons.
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  Shot on iPhone 6

June 27, 2015 | by:    | Apple |

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Apple has launched a new advertising campaign “Shot on iPhone 6″. Apple has decided to go on the promotion of photographic opportunities for its flagship smartphone features video recording and published a set of a dozen movies. Today appeared in time replenishment.
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  Jailbreak iOS 8.3 available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. Download Now.

June 24, 2015 | by:    | Apple |

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Jailbreaker. Today is your big day. Jailbreak iOS 8.3 available for download. Today, the TaiG Jailbreak team released a new version of the utility to jailbreak iOS 8.3 untethered. Jailbreak iOS 8.3 supported devices – iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. So far, only on Windows.
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  A Beautiful Chinese Winery in Beijing

June 22, 2015 | by:    | China |

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The market for China domestic wine production in joint ventures with foreign companies has grown, and often the companies reside in imitated French chateaus, Italian fantasy castles or traditional Chinese courtyard houses, which are used for the sale of wine and the presentation of the vineyards.

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  The Most Phenomenal Fake Apple Store in China (with video!) [UPDATED]

June 22, 2015 | by:    | China Knockoffs |

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If you think Kunming fake Apple store is nuts, you haven’t see the craziest one yet. We recently found another fake Apple store. It’s located in Zhongshan, China. It’s definitely not a cheap knock-off, it’s probably the most gorgeous Apple store knockoff yet. Full photo gallery and video after the break.

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  Watch: Amazing Timelapse Video Shows All sides of Hong Kong

June 21, 2015 | by:    | China |

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Hong Kong is an unbelievably dense city, it has the ability to isolate you from the population of 7 million people. Javin Lau, a political studies graduate from Toronto, Canada, has taken his vision of Hong Kong and produced a breathtaking timelapse video of the city. Titled Hong Kong Is Home shows both the hectic pace of life in Hong Kong as well as the more tranquil areas.
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  Wait iPhone 6S? Apple Is Losing Its ‘Magic’ in China’s Smartphone Market.

June 21, 2015 | by:    | Apple |

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iPhone 6S (or iPhone 7) will be released in this fall. A lot of iPhone owners want to know -what’s new will be in new iPhone? Undoubtedly, the future of Apple’s business is in China. However, while the company has had early success in the populous country all is not what it’s cracked up to be and now Apple may be losing the “cool factor”. iPhone is a luxury brand in China and that bad news could lie ahead if Apple doesn’t lower its price and differentiate itself from the increasing competition. Data from industry research firm IDC showed that Apple’s share of China’s smartphone market almost halved to 10 percent in the second quarter as Chinese consumer waited for the next iPhone model which expected later this year, or switched brands …
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  The World’s Search Engine vs. Chinese-only Search Engine (Infographic)

June 21, 2015 | by:    | China GREAT FIREWALL |

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Baidu, the well-known Chinese internet giant, has already overtaken Google as the leader in the search engine market in China. Baidu was created in 2000 as just a simple search engine, but it has now developed into a multifaceted site providing a range of online services. In terms of search queries, Baidu covers more than 80 percent of the Chinese market while Google reaches just 11 percent of market share. In 2010, Google turned its back on the Chinese market following a run-in with officials over the censorship of Google’s Chinese site (google.cn). Click-in to further examine the difference between google and the communist’s search engine …
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