Apple in China

Apple Warns its Chinese Users Not to Dodge the New Data Law

Apple has issued a warning to its users in China who are creating Apple IDs overseas to circumvent a new law that requires their personal data to be stored within China, Reuters is reporting. The tech giant announced last year that it will migrate all user data from Chinese iCloud accounts to local servers run by Guizhou-Cloud...

Apple Pay Overwhelmed in China Due to Staggered Rollout

According to a report by Mashable, many people in China were unable to sign up for Apple Pay on the mobile payment service's first day of launch in the region, due to system errors caused by the overwhelming number of users trying to sign up simultaneously. An Apple spokesperson said that the issues were due to the company...

Tim Cook Agrees to Have Apple Products Inspected by Chinese Government

Beijing News is reporting that in the light of the Chinese government's censorship demands, Apple CEO Tim Cook has agreed to have Apple products inspected by Chinese network experts, allowing them to run network safety evaluations on its products (via ZDNet). According to a spokesperson for China’s Internet and Information Office, Apple has agreed to fully cooperate with the...

Apple Looking for Store Managers in 6 New Chinese Cities

According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple is looking for store managers in six new cities across China, as the company continues to grow its outlets in the world’s most populous nation. The Cupertino giant currently gets about a fifth of its sales from the China region, which includes Hong Kong and Taiwan, with revenue reaching...