Accounting for 20% of Apple's first quarter sales, China has become a booming market for Apple products.
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Advocacy group accuses the company of using forced student interns, some of whom are as young as 16.
Maybe it doesn't matter if Chinese workers cannot afford to buy the very iPhone or iPad they assembled.
Buying up massive amounts of air freight rates from China, Apple single-handedly boosts shipping rates.
Proview alleges that Apple used some underhanded tactics in order to acquire the iPad trademark.
Claiming Apple never bought the proper iPad trademark, the near-bankrupt Proview claims it's owed $1.6 billion.
When 1000 people who have queued overnight in the freezing cold can't get their hands on an iPhone 4S, you know it's getting ugly.
Apparently, the Chinese company Proview has owned the trademark on "IPAD" since 2001.