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

September 24th, 2015 in , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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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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iOS 9 Jailbreak – Why China Has More Demand on iPhone Jailbreak than the U.S.

June 19th, 2015 in , , , , , , , ,

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Good news about iOS 9 Jailbreak. According to the statistics from pod2g’s iOS blog, Internet users in China are the top visitors of the Web site offering jailbreak tool, evasi0n, followed by the United States and France. Nearly 3 million Internet users from China visited the site, accounting for 20.12 percent of visitors. The country with the second-most number of visitors was the United States with 2.5 million users, contributing to 16.88 percent of traffic. The popularity of evasi0n jailbreak is tremendous. Within the first 10 minutes of released last week, it saw over 100,000 downloads. And now it had crossed the 1.7 million mark. China is widely seen to have a high software piracy rate, though the government has been working hard to improve intellectual property rights protection. It is to believe the piracy of desktop software will slowly reduced, the unhealthy practice may now shift to mobile sector …
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The Reborn of Steve Jobs in Hong Kong

September 28th, 2012 in , , , , ,

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To mark the first anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death, Madame Tussauds has revealed a new wax figure of the legendary technology pioneer this week in Hong Kong. The co-founder of Apple and brain behind the iPod, iPhone and iPad has portrayed in his trademark relaxed style, wearing a black cotton turtle neck, Levi’s 501 jeans and New Balance sneaker.

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More Holidays For Foxconn Workers Due to Weak Sales of New iPad

March 28th, 2012 in , , , , , , ,

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With all the controversy about working conditions in Foxconn, we thought it might be a good time to relate some of the workers’ experiences inside the manufacturing plants. China Business News reports on an interview that it did with a Foxconn worker called Wang Xiaoqiao (not his real name), and Wang reveals that employees who are involved in the production of the new iPad are now working fewer hours and they have been given more days off.
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