Apple has launched a "reuse and recycling project" in mainland China which will support the trade-in of iPad and iPhone products.
Apple plans to open five new retail stores in China before the Chinese New Year.
A new Deal between U.S.-based Apple and China's largest payment card is making mobile transactions easier for Chinese netizens.
According to reports in Chinese local media, Apple's fourth retail store in Beijing is currently finishing its renovations and is expected to open in mid-December 2013.
John Landgraf, executive vice president of nutritional products for Abbott, recently presented at China International Food Safety & Quality Conference 2012 and said the company is building a state-of-the-art nutrition manufacturing plant in Jiaxing.
Some time in December 2012, Apple's iPhone 5 lands in China, officially.
Apple announced that its New iPad will be officially available in mainland China from July 20, 2012.
Though its iPad trademark dispute with Shenzhen Proview Technology has not been settled, Apple continues its expansion in China and it is reportedly planning two new flagship stores in Shenzhen and Chengdu, respectively.
China Unicom, the exclusive operator partner for Apple's iPhone smartphones in China, has announced the contracted prices for iPhone 4S, starting at CNY5,880.
Apple has reportedly agreed to amend its service terms at its App Store website so consumers in Taiwan will enjoy a seven-day unconditional refund policy when buying applications from the App Store.