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For all those saying that the price of the 5C is still too high for China, do keep in mind how cheap monthly service is here compared to the U.S. I pay only about US$8 for my plan on China Unicom, which includes 240 SMS, 300 MB of data, and 50 minutes of voice. As in most countries, you are not charged for incoming SMS or voice. This means two years of service runs about US$200 instead of US$2000. A significant difference.
Umm, 4000 RMB is US$650, not $486.
It has everything I need too……except for actually getting me to my destination.
I wish Apple would stop wasting time on Flyover and just fix all the serious problems with Maps (not to mention the problems with iPhoto).
I too wish I could switch. But there's no way I'll put up with their (lack of) coverage. Whenever I'm with friends and they say they have No Service, I say "T-Mobile, right?" and inevitably the answer is "How'd you know!"
The best you can come up with is a picture of five people waiting outside a T-Mo store? Or are they waiting for a bus?
It may be pretty, but so far, Apple Maps is still useless. Just the other day...    
The SYNC system was supposedly singlehandedly responsible for a big hit to Ford's customer satisfaction ratings.
But will a simple "hacktivation" as currently implemented be able to bypass this?
One major point of this article is that because Google makes no money on Android, we shouldn't expect much innovation out of them. However, in comparison to the other companies mentioned, Google has enough revenue from other sources that they could continue to lose money on Android forever while still innovating.   Of course, how long they'll keep doing this is another question. We have recently gotten quite used to Google pulling the plug on projects which don't...
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