Wednesday, November 18, 2009

iPhone Coming To South Korea, Soon.

iPhone approved in South Korea
iPhone has been blessed by the Korea Communications Commission allowing  Apple and a chosen partner(s) to sell the device in what seems to be the largest and last mobile market in Asia, who could afford the iPhone. South Korean law requires companies that provide so-called location based services, such as maps and direction finders, to obtain government permission.
Last major launch of iPhone in Asia was when China got the iPhone.
iPhone is now expected to arrive in no time and carriers, KT Corp. and SK Telecom Co. may be looking to sell the iPhone on their networks. All are guesswork at the moment as parties including Apple is yet to announce anything about the plans.
Either case iPhone will face a market dominated by local manufactures, Samsung Electronics Co. and LG Electronics Inc.
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