Low Turnout for iPad Mini, iPad 4 Launch in Beijing, China

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Fuckoran jhon - December 10, 2012 at 4:23am
They already have duplicate iPhone 5 which is much better than original one. It look and function exactly same as (or better) than real iPhone5 and selling for max of 100$. ROFL. Applle rip off.
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Bla - December 8, 2012 at 2:51am
No one cares for it in china. I haven't even seen it in public even if the gray market stores have a ton of inventory from hk. Also iPhone 5 is scarce to find in public. It's just not different enough from the previous. Maybe if the price plummets to iPhone 4 retail price. There is no frenzy or want. Samsung is around with more booths and publicd displays promoting their galaxy. The galaxy note and s3 are more trendy to have now for girls.
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A.C. - December 8, 2012 at 1:11am
Well because many of them have had them since the U.S. launch date lol.
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Buster Cherry - December 7, 2012 at 8:25pm
You are an idiot. And stop YELLING.
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NotAnAppleFan - December 7, 2012 at 10:26pm
Slow down lost soul! When most part of the people on this planet are starving and live with a few bucks per day, your little consideration are just insane. Btw, who has ever put a gun on your 'little brain inside' head to buy a product ? SHUT THE FUCK UP and STOP YELLING, ES... and I'm being polite! A french slob.
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