A top executive at China Mobile reportedly said this week that the largest wireless carrier in the world doesn't yet know when they will start selling the iPhone 6, saying the provider is concentrating on selling cheap no-contract smartphones this quarter.
According to a Bloomberg report, Wang Xiaoyun, the general manager of China Mobile's technology department, told an industry forum Monday that it will offer phones that will be as cheap as 600 yuan ($98) that will still work on 4G networks.
Another report claims that the iPhone 6 may not be sold in China until sometime in 2015, because Apple could not come to an agreement with the country's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. China Mobile started selling the iPhone 5s in January with a launch event that was even attended by Apple CEO Tim Cook. What do you think about Apple's chances in China with the iPhone 6?