Jan 17

The iPhone is finally available on China Mobile, the largest mobile carrier in the world with over 76o million subscribers. Apple CEO Tim Cook was on hand with China Mobile Chairman Xi Guohua at the carrier’s headquarters store in Beijing at launch, according to Bloomberg.

In the image above you see Tim Cook and Xi Guohua where Cook handed out autographed iPhones to the first 10 customers before he praised Apple’s new cooperation with China Mobile.

“Today is just the beginning of China Mobile and Apple coming together to deliver the best experience in the world,” Cook said as a few dozen people came in to look at the iPhones on display. China Mobile said Jan. 15 it signed a multiyear agreement with Apple containing “broad potential” for future cooperation.

Tim Cook was also asked whether the next iPhone would launch with a bigger screen. Tim Cook said Apple does not talk about future products but promised that Apple is working on “great things” and want to keep them secret because “you will be so much happier when you see it.”

Source [macrumors]

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