Apple has just announced the arrival of the iPhone 4S in 20 additional countries on January 13. Among them, China of course, but also much of South America and Africa.
Released in 2011 in Europe and the United States, the iPhone 4S remains unavailable in many countries. Apple will however meet the expectations of its abandoned fans by releasing the latest model from its famous smartphone on January 13. China is of course thus concerned, but also the Antilles, Antigulla and Barbuda, Bolivia, Bostwana, the British virgins, Cameroon, the Camans, the Central African Republic, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Grenada, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, both Guinea, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Sngal, St Vincent, Trinidad and Tabago and Uganda.
The rates will be different in each country, with subscription offers also varied. With this massive launch, Apple intends to increase sales of the iPhone 4S, especially in China where the device is highly anticipated at the moment.
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