Earlier this month it was found that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus can be delayed in China as a consequence of regulatory maintain ups when Chinese authorities decided that they were not pleased with the present state of security on iOS. According to Bloomberg, Apple has cleared the final hurdle and acquired the licenses essential to run the gadget on Chinese mobile networks.
Apple reportedly agreed to make undisclosed modifications to the privateness settings on the system to appease the regulators. Yesterday we reported that Apple was apparently getting ready for a Chinese launch on October 10th, however that date has not but been confirmed. Apple additionally launched a beta version of iOS 8.1 today, which can or might not embrace the up to date privateness settings essential to get approval from the Chinese authorities.
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