|Hong Kong Cops Bust iPhone6 Smuggling Rings|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Sep 22, 2014, 01:14 AM|
Chinese government officials have delayed Apple from selling iPhone6 in the mainland. Accordingly, iPhone6 smuggling rings are booming in Hong Kong and local police officers are attempting to crack down on them.
According to China Radio International, "Hong Kong customs and marine police have foiled a smuggling case involving new iPhones headed for the Chinese mainland. The marine police stopped a speedboat and found 138 iPhone 6 and other computer hardware."
Hong Kong has attracted millions from the mainland to visit the city, solely to purchase iPhone6.
As reported by CRI, "Customers have been lining up in long queues at Apple stores in Hong Kong to get their hands on the tech-powerhouse's latest gadget. The iPhone 6 has become the most sought-after product among gadget fans, with the product's launch on the Chinese mainland still some days away."
A black market of iPhone6 may lure many smugglers into action in China.
To read the entire article from China Radio International, link here:
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