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  • Apple Exploring R&D Options Inside China


    2012 was a banner year for iDevice sales inside of China, likely a major reason for Tim Cook's recent return to the nation. Without question, Apple is focused on making the Chinese market a friendly environment in which Apple's retail presence can thrive.

    On Tuesday, new information was learned about Apple's plans for China in 2013. And they may involve more than just the construction of new retail stores.

    Sources in communication with Tencent Tech - the technology news section of Tencent, which is "a major Chinese web portal" - revealed that during a meeting with Beijing's acting mayor Wang Anshun on January 8, Tim Cook "said the company plans to set up an R&D center in Beijing."

    According to the same source, Apple will relocate an undetermined number of its servers for App Store and iTunes to China. Such a move will be necessary to improve the downloading speed for users inside of China. Chatter is also intensifying that Apple could establish its data center in the Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province or Inner Mongolia.

    Although we've reported in the past that Apple has explored options for expanding its global R&D footprint (like in Israel and Russia), this is the first time sources have suggested that such efforts on the part of Apple may take place in China.

    Source: BrightWire
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Exploring R&D Options Inside China started by Michael Essany View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. *T*'s Avatar
      *T* -
      Prepare for an unprecedented amount of leak and rumors...
    1. vtails's Avatar
      vtails -
      Apple want's give China R&D to a place that has the highest population at over 1.3 billion people,are gov. has sold are kid's and there kid's and so on,we need JOB's here I don't think we need to give china anymore than what they have in the past are gov. has always protect are tech from going out of the country,as it should still be.One day they will be looking for Real estate instead of tech info.BAD BAD idea.