A meeting between the heads of Apple (AAPL.NYSE) and China Mobile (CHL.NYSE, 0941.HKG) may finally see the iPhone offered by the world’s largest mobile carrier by subscribers, Reuters reported. Apple CEO Tim Cook and China Mobile chairman Xi Guohua held talks on Tuesday to discuss matters of cooperation, the Chinese company said in a statement. China Mobile is the only Chinese mobile operator not to offer iPhones or iPads. Earlier this week Cook met with the top executives of China Telecom (CHA.NYSE, 0728.HKG, 600050.SHA). Apple reported a 43% fall in second-quarter sales in Greater China, its second-largest market.