Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Can You Hear Me Now??????????

   What does "made in China" actually mean?  I have had dealings with product being made in China, quality stinks...........  This is not the first time the Chinese have stolen and copied technology from the states.  Yet, our politicians still allow it to happen with trade policies and the ability of China to buy our debt. 

 

On Sale Now in China: the 'iPhone 5'

Chinese customers don't seem to mind that Apple hasn't officially released it yet. 

 Several Chinese online stores are offering die-hard Apple fans the opportunity to buy the much-anticipated next-generation iPhone 5. There's just one catch: Apple hasn't released it yet.

The fake smartphones are available for as little as 200 yuan ($31) on hugely popular websites such as China's largest online marketplace Taobao.com, which has 370 million registered users. Customers who left comments online appear to have brushed aside the fact that Apple failed to unveil the iPhone 5 on Tuesday, despite expectations that it would. Apple instead launched an updated, improved version of the iPhone 4. "It's really great, I've already used it for a few days and it's good value for money," one customer who purchased a fake iPhone 5 said on Taobao.


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1 comment:

  1. The Chinese are a bunch of cheatin' thieves.

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