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Apple find themselves closer to launching the iPhone 5 in China after Chinese state regulators yesterday approved two models of the device for sale in their country.
The A1429 model is set to be compatible with China’s Unicom 3G/GSM network, while the A1442 model will operate via China Telecom’s CDMA network.
In order for Apple to complete the final steps to be able to see their latest smartphone in the country, they must pass the China Compulsory Certificate. Another set back in their plans is the fact that Apple have yet to secure a network-access license in order to allow the devices to connect to the country’s cellular networks.
For Apple, getting approval to sell their latest iPhone handset is essential for their profit margins as their products are very popular in China, with tens of millions of units being told in the last two years alone and it’s thought that China make up some 15 percent of Apple’s global revenues.
However, Apple expect their product to hit China at the end of the year, with Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook stating in the 4th quarter earnings call last week that the iPhone will arrive in China ready for the December quarter.