This 12-Year-Old Chinese Opera Genius Just Got Admitted into College - NextShark

A talented Chinese student is about to skip several years of schooling ahead of her classmates after passing a college entrance exam while still enrolled in primary school. Fifth grader Huang Sihan took an independent entrance exam for Anhui ...

Beijing court accepts Apple's review appeal - China.org.cn

The Beijing Intellectual Property Court has accepted an appeal by Apple to review a ruling by the capital's patent office ordering the company to halt the sales of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Beijing after finding the design too closely resembles ...

China Bites Apple - Wall Street Journal

Our friends at Apple pride themselves on their keen understanding of China's market, so maybe they weren't surprised by a municipal tribunal's injunction last month barring the sale of its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in Beijing. The injunction, which was made ...

Professional smugglers caught trying to sneak 580 smartphones over China border - Shanghaiist

Police in Shenzhen have arrested a group of seven smugglers who attempted to pass through a customs checkpoint with 580 mobile phones taped to their bodies. The phones, which according to a CCTV News report were either iPhones or Samsung Galaxy ...

iPhone 8 Taking Shape Ahead Of iPhone 7 Release - ValueWalk

With a few months to go until the release of the iPhone 7, it looks increasingly as if the next generation smartphone will be a minor upgrade. Users wanting a revolution in the iPhone concept will probably have to wait until the iPhone 8, with many ...

Apple Investor Weekly: iPhone Beijing Issue, WWDC Financial Impact And Analyst's Estimate Changes - Forbes

Apple Investor Weekly works to curate some of the more relevant articles and information related to the company's financial outlook. This week it contains information iPhone 6 sales being halted in Beijing, what announcements at WWDC are financially ...

iPhone 6 Banned in Beijing over Patent Infringement - Beacon Transcript

BEACON TRANSCRIPT – Apple can no longer sell its iPhone 6 and IPhone 6 Plus in the Chinese capital city as the city's regulators found that the U.S. smartphone maker allegedly stole some exterior design detsils from a locally produced handset: the 100C.