China Unicom states it has moved closer to a deal with Apple to become the first company authorised to sell the iPhone in the world’s largest mobile market which is China.
Probably, like the Hundred Years War, it needs the Battle of Agincourt to hurry things along.
If the deal is confirmed, as seems certain if tardily, it means Apple has dropped China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile phone network operator, which has been in similar talks with the US company for years. Probably needed a Henry V to lead them.
Let us hope China Unicom make a few yuan out of this deal.
After Agincourt we are told in Henry V "so many had the managing, that they lost France, and made his England bleed." Not a pretty prospect.
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