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The iPhone will expand its global footprint into China now that a deal has been struck between Apple and state-owned network operator Unicom. Apple and Unicom said they have signed a multi-year deal - it's thought to run for three years - that will see the iPhone go on sale in China during Q4. It isn’t yet known how much the …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    FAIL

    Pointless

    I still can't get a 3GS in the UK (Black, 32Gb) , now I have to compete with a billion more people - and they live in the country where the phone is made !

  2. Simon Buttress
    Jobs Horns

    IF there are GPS and Wi-Fi restrictions as often mooted.......

    ....I wonder how long it will take for people to jailbreak and re-enable?

    Devil Steve, obviously.

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