China Unicom Starts to Take Orders for iPhone 5
(Beijing) – China Unicom started taking orders for the iPhone 5 on December 3.
Apple's popular smartphone would be available on December 14, the company said.
China Telecom's version of the iPhone 5 would also be available on December 14, said an industry insider who declined to be named. Apple's website says the phone will be available at its retail stores the same day.
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