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The iPhone 5 has apparently cleared the last hurdle in a series of Chinese regulatory checks, opening the way for the Apple smartphone to finally be sold in one of the company’s largest markets, according to the IDC News Service (http://macte.ch/zEEPi).
Two iPhone models received the necessary network access licenses from China’s Telecommunications Equipment and Certification Center (TENAA), the article adds. The devices had previously received approval from a pair of Chinese regulatory bodies in September and in October.