The phone may begin selling on China's third largest carrier as early as late February or early March, the company says in a press release cited by China Daily.
The $350 model is expected to be the iPhone 3GS, the report says, while adding to the chatter that the next iPhone will be unveiled in August.
What an accessory maker says is the antenna of an unreleased Apple iPhone bears few changes from the one found on current iPhone 4 models.
Once again there's the rumor that Apple's cooking up two different iPhones for launch later this year. This time it's attached to rumblings of a deal with carrier China Telecom.
Apple is once again rumored to be working on deals to bring the iPhone to two of China's largest carriers, a move that Morgan Stanley says could bring in 40 million extra iPhones sold by the company in 2013.
User privacy concerns on Chinese social networking sites have led the biggest players to block indexing by Baidu, China's leading search engine.
Microblogging service gets lit up with first-, second-, third- and many-hand information about various personal experiences, and hundreds of links to other reports.
Google China seems to beat China's leading search engine, Baidu, in a usability test. Sinobyte's own unscientific test confirms much more rigorous research.
We break down the week's Apple-related news into bite-size chunks, along with a healthy dose of some of this week's high-profile (and low-profile) rumors.
The People's Republic of China doesn't have Google search to kick around any more, but it's still got network filters and cautious Web surfers and site owners under its thumb.