Picture this: you’ve been waiting for a popular product that’s been available in most other parts of the world for two years. When it finally arrives, it lacks an important feature. Would you buy it, or would you buy the same thing, cheaper, with this feature included, on the black market?
This is the problem China’s Unicom is now facing, as the iPhones sold in that country lack WiFi.
This was known for some time now, but, starting today, iPhones are coming to Chinese stores, and the folks at Unicom probably feal uneas(y.
(Content from Mashable.com)