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China sees debut of native Music, Movies, iBooks stores

09/30, 7:35pm

Apple Music and selected iTunes Stores now available locally

While the news will come as a surprise to those outside China, the country is only just today getting its own Apple Music service and some of the various iTunes Stores, including Movies and the iBookstore for the first time. The various stores will, as is the case in most other countries, emphasize native artists at least as much as western acts. Local heroes such as G.E.M. and Eason Chan will be seen in the Music store alongside popular western artists. The Movies store will feature Chinese cinema and Hollywood films, while the iBookstore will offer a wide selection of native-language e-books.


Apple warning developers about new Chinese, Japanese taxes

09/30, 8:38am

Apple deducting eight percent from Japanese sales, prior to 30 percent cut

Apple has informed developers of new tax application on sold apps in China and Japan. The iTunes connect briefing warns of "transactional taxes in China" as well as new tax laws in Japan "with respect to foreign businesses that provide electronic commerce to residents of the country." The taxes applied are in addition to any of those owed already, due to state or country of residence, and a discussion has begun between developers on whether to abandon the localities entirely.


Briefly: Q4 conference call, new Beats collection

09/29, 12:49pm

Apple to announce fiscal Q4 results on October 27 at 2pm PT

Apple will announce its fiscal fourth-quarter financial results in a conference call with analysts on October 27 at 2PM PT (5PM ET), the company has revealed. The quarter, which ends on September 30, will include two weeks of sales of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, of which Apple has already announced it sold more than 13 million units on opening weekend -- an increase of 30 percent from last year's iPhone 6 introduction. Wall Street, however, sees the gain as simply the addition of mainland China to the list of countries selling the new iPhone on its debut weekend.


Apple CEO Cook, others meet with Chinese President Xi today

09/23, 3:22pm

Other tech and Chinese CEOs to attend meeting over economic, IP issues

Tech and major US companies will meet with their Chinese counterparts as part of a delegation joining Chinese President Xi Jinping as part of his first US visit, at a conference in Seattle. Among those who will meet with the Chinese leader are Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Disney chief (and Apple board member) Bob Iger, and Bershire Hathaway founder Warren Buffett. Chinese executives from many of China's largest tech firms, such as Alibab, Baidu, and Tencent, will also be present at the meeting.


Briefly: Apple Watch expansion, Apple Pay in China soon?

09/19, 10:45pm

Austria, Ireland, Denmark to have Apple Watch at retail on September 25

Three more countries will begin selling the Apple Watch at retail, following in the steps of Belgium, which opened its first-ever Apple Store (which included the Apple Watch) in Brussels earlier on Saturday. Austria, Denmark, and Ireland will begin selling the Apple Watch on Friday, September 25, the same day it will go on sale from US carriers T-Mobile and Sprint. Also gaining the Apple Watch in the coming weeks are Australia, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.


Apple says weekend preorders for iPhone 6s to top 10 million

09/14, 11:58am

Company is 'on track' to surpass iPhone 6, 6 Plus preorder record

Apple has issued a statement to the press saying that the company is "on pace" to beat last year's 10 million-unit first weekend record, adding that "customer response to iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus has been extremely positive and preorders this weekend were very strong around the world." Pre-orders for the new iPhones opened early Saturday morning (Pacific Time), and were available in 12 countries (including China) rather than nine countries as was the case last year.


Apple in China: $81 million in back taxes, Geely adds CarPlay

09/11, 2:25pm

Company fined $10 million for misinterpreting government tax rule

Apple has had to pay 452 million Chinese yuan ($71 million US) in back taxes in China, along with a 65 million yuan ($10 million) fine after an audit by the Ministry of Finance, which has recently been cracking down on taxation of US companies, showed the company understated its sales and over-reported its profit. The iPhone maker, which has recently risen from seventh to third place in the Chinese market (after briefly reaching the top spot) did not contest the finding.


Apple CEO may be at odds with SEC after CNBC China data disclosure

08/25, 10:44am

Cook's letter to Jim Cramer may have violated SEC disclosure regulation

Attorneys at various news agencies are claiming that Apple CEO Tim Cook is in violation of US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules. The analysts purport that the letter to CNBC analyst and fund manager Jim Cramer that was read during a broadcast violate fair disclosure of corporate financial information, and the public exchange of data that may impact stock pricing.


Gartner: iPhone share growing while overall smartphone market cools

08/20, 12:55pm

China iPhone sales continuing to skyrocket amid contracting market

A new report from industry analyst Gartner claims that Apple's iPhone sales are continuing to grow, and that Samsung's sales are continuing to fall, particularly in China. Overall, the report says that Apple's worldwide smartphone share increased 36 percent, rising 2.4 percentage points to 14.6 percent, while Samsung's sales have dropped 5.3 percent year-over-year. In China, Apple's sales grew by 68 percent, while the overall Chinese smartphone market fell four percent compared to the same quarter last year.


Apple's iPhone gains share in US, continues growth but slips in China

08/04, 3:08pm

Steals share from Android in US, loses ground to Chinese makers in China

Apple's iOS platform continued a streak of strong growth in both the US and China, according to new ComScore and Canalys report issued yesterday, taking share away from Android. However, while still seeing extraordinary growth in China, surges in shipments from native Chinese manufacturers Xiaomi and Huawei meant that Apple was knocked to third place in Chinese market share, having briefly captured the top spot.


Apple opens fourth retail location in Hong Kong

07/30, 12:19pm

Canton Road Apple Store continues aggressive Apple China expansion

Apple has opened up its latest Apple Store in China, with the Canton Road location in Hong Kong's Tsim Sha Tsui district being the fourth outlet for the city. CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter to thank the "thousands of Hong Kong customers" visiting the new location and joining in the celebration of the store launch, with the 23rd Apple Store constructed in China being part of a major retail expansion in the country for the company.


Beijing police raid counterfeit Apple iPhone maker, nine arrested

07/27, 10:18am

Android-based clones sold in US, leading to Chinese government raid

Acting on a tip from US law enforcement, Beijing police raided a factory producing fake iPhones and accessories. Nine suspects have been arrested in the scheme, which produced 41,000 fake phones, and could have been worth up to $19 million in counterfeit electronics sales. A married couple, arrested by the police, allegedly hired hundreds of workers to assemble the devices.


Game Replay: Steam security issue, Nintendo ending TVii

07/27, 5:55am

Gaming news summary for July 27, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's later-than-scheduled edition, China lifts its console sales ban, Nintendo prepares to remove TVii from the Wii U in the United States, and Steam suffers a rare security lapse via its own support system.


Analysis: China continues to be growth engine for Apple

07/21, 11:52pm

Region continues to offset normal summer sales doldrums

Although Apple's conference call with analysts on Tuesday was light on new information, a few facts and figures about China -- Apple's fastest-growing sales region by revenue, and currently buying more iPhones than the US -- came to light. In the most recent quarter, Apple's "greater China" revenues (which include Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau and Taiwan) jumped 112 percent from the year-ago quarter, to $13.2 billion. That's right, more than double. In a year.


Cook: Chinese tastes influence designs, Watch see strong dev interest

06/22, 1:03pm

Announces new Chinese educational programs to be offered in schools

In a new interview given to the Chinese-language version of Businessweek, Apple CEO Tim Cook admits that the company takes Chinese consumer tastes into account in its product designs, along with other factors. Cook specifically pointed to the gold color option -- first introduced with 2013's iPhone 5s and now expanded to the iPad and new 12-inch Retina MacBook line -- as reflecting in part "the popularity of that color among Chinese users."


Cook: 'very bullish' on Apple Pay in China, still talking to banks [u]

05/12, 9:45am

May strike deal with Alibaba ahead of long-stalled Union Pay to move forward

[Updated with Tuesday meetings information] In a move to underscore the importance of the rapidly-growing Chinese market, Apple CEO Tim Cook has opened a social media account on Sino Weibo, and has told the Chinese press that negotiations with regional banks and credit card partners in China to bring Apple Pay to the country continue. The iPhone maker has had trouble reaching an accord with UnionPay, the largest credit-card issuer in the country, but may be bypassing the stalemate by striking a deal with Alibaba.


Lenovo K80 smartphone will include 4GB RAM option, 4,000mAh battery

04/27, 12:42pm

China set to receive Lenovo K80 from end of April

Lenovo has introduced a new smartphone destined for the Chinese market, with two impressive hardware points among the mid to high-end specifications list. Measuring 8.5mm thick, The phablet-sized Lenovo K80 houses 4GB of RAM, equalling the competing Asus ZenFone 2, while the non-removable battery holds a long-lasting 4,000mAh of charge.


Apple wins three-year Chinese patent case against Siri technology

04/24, 6:31pm

Zhizen turned loose patents into Siri clone, then sued Apple as copycat

After two legal defeats, Apple has won its case on appeal in a lawsuit brought by Zhizhen Network Technology that dates back to 2012. The Beijing Higher People's Court has ruled that Apple did not violate any patents held by the Shanghai-based Zhizhen, and thus no infringement has occurred. Apple first attempted to have the Zhizhen patent, which covered only "a type of instant messaging chat bot system," invalidated, but later sued the government and the company when authorities ruled in favor of Zhizhen.


Ahrendts in China, lines at boutique locations for Apple Watch launch

04/24, 11:47am

Few locations have some actual selling stock, but mostly demos rule on former retail debut

While Apple has since abandoned its former April 24 retail launch day for the Apple Watch due to a global sellout, a few select stores -- almost entirely third-party fashion boutique sellers who secured allotments early -- are said to have or have had actual stock of Apple Watches to sell. Customers hoping to score one today are lining up outside these shops, even as Apple Retail chief Dame Angela Ahrendts spent the day in China.


Apple, SunPower team for pair of 20MW solar installations in China

04/17, 9:01am

Companies have worked in the US before; effort is first international deal

SunPower Corporation today announced that it plans to partner with Apple to build two solar power projects, totaling 40 megawatts, in ABA Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefectures, Sichuan Province of the People's Republic of China. When complete, the two projects will be co-owned by Sichuan Shengtian New Energy Development, SunPower's project development joint venture, and Apple.  


Briefly: three new stores, rare functioning Apple I up for auction

04/15, 9:39pm

Apple to open three new stores in time for Apple Watch retail debut

Apple plans to open at least three new stores in time for the retail debut of the Apple Watch -- though it is unclear if any of the stores will actually have Watches to sell, as the company has switched to an online pre-order system only ahead of the debut date. The stores will open in Hangzhou, China; Miami Beach, Florida; and Sao Paolo, Brazil. The latter two have already been officially announced for April 24 by Apple. Of these, Brazil is the only new store not to be part of the first wave of countries receiving the Apple Watch.


Apple Pay China introduction continues to be blocked by UnionPay

04/14, 10:12am

Negotiations not progressing with China financial institutions

As previously reported, Apple negotiations with China's UnionPay have been troublesome. Reports are circulating that the discussions continue to be mired in per-transaction fees and data center requirements, and the total lack of progress since Apple's announcement of the transaction service is what prevented the expected launch of Apple Pay in China with the release of iOS 8.3.


Samsung denies paying for 'fans' to attend Galaxy S6 event in China

04/08, 5:31pm

Report claiming people paid to attend media event as fans refuted by Samsung

Samsung has denied a report claiming it paid 500 people to attend a press conference for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in China last Friday. It is claimed the manufacturer tried to increase interest in the flagship smartphones at the event by hiring stooges to make up half the 1,000 people in the audience, all in a bid to improve its presence in the country.


Briefly: second Hangzhou Apple Store, Oregon data center expansion

04/08, 12:09pm

Apple to open another store in Hangzhou, China on day of Apple Watch launch

As if April 24 won't be a busy enough day for Apple with the retail debut of the Apple Watch in a wave of nine countries, the company will also open a brand new second Apple Store in Hangzhou, China on that Friday as well. The new location will be a more typical mall-type store in the MixC mall in Vietiane City, and comes just three months after the first Hangzhou store in West Lake, which was a two-story standalone store.


Briefly: Autism Awareness Day apps, Apple's rising China marketshare

04/02, 7:11pm

Apple spotlights World Autism Awareness Day with spotlight on helpful apps

Apple has showcased 16 apps specifically designed for autistic persons in the Education section of the iOS App Store. Two apps in particular, Proloquo2Go and Proloquo4Text, are being offered at an unusual sale price of $110 and $120 respectively, half off their normal cost due to the promotion. MacNN reviewed Proloquo2Go a little over a year ago, finding it be the best in class. Other apps spotlighted help users with math, clothing choices, environment comfort, and more.


HTC One E9+ leaks through manufacturer's website in China

03/30, 12:40pm

Phablet-sized high-resolution display, plastic body expected in HTC launch

HTC has leaked a phablet-sized variant of its plastic One E9+ via its Chinese website. While the One E8 was launched shortly after the One M8 flagship last year as a similar device with a cheaper casing for Asian markets, the One E9+ takes a different route, opting for a larger and higher-resolution display as well as a few other changes in specification from the One M9.


Briefly: iPhone trade-ins coming to China, Apple TV adds CNNgo

03/26, 1:53pm

Trade-up program for older iPhones expected to kick off March 31

According to reports, Apple is set to launch an iPhone trade-in program in China on March 31, joining several existing programs in other countries around the world, including the US, Canada, the Netherlands, and a number of European countries, among others. Users will be able to bring in older iPhone and trade it in for store credit towards a newer model. The program has been shown to boost sales.


Microsoft's China push reportedly involves upgrading pirates, Android

03/18, 9:43pm

Microsoft to provide PCs in China running pirated Windows with free upgrade

Microsoft may end up allowing more people to use a free version of Windows 10 than previously thought. One report claims Microsoft is going to be trying to make it easier for Android users to switch to a Windows mobile device by transforming their existing smartphone, and some pirates may also end up being able to upgrade their existing Windows installation to the new release.


Briefly: China offers full iPad line, FiftyThree offers Think Kit

03/18, 12:39pm

Big China carriers now offering latest LTE-capable iPad models for first time

Apple's sales in China are set to further increase now that the country's second- and third-largest carriers will offer the Wi-Fi + Cellular versions of the latest iPads, the first time China Unicom and China Telecom have been able to do so. The special iPad models, which vary slightly from the North American and European versions, will support China's proprietary TD-LTE and FDD-LTE standards, as well as other LTE versions.


Windows 10 shipping this summer, increasing presence in China

03/18, 7:18am

Microsoft partners with Chinese companies to help spread Windows upgrade

Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 to the public in the coming months, the software maker has confirmed. Exiting its current Windows Insider technical preview program sometime this summer, the latest iteration of the operating system will be shipping in 190 countries around the world in 111 languages, with Microsoft also announcing a greater push into China.


Follow-up: China suspends technology backdoors requirement proposal

03/13, 6:47pm

Anti-terror legislation seen as license to spy, would have driven western companies away

A proposal that would have mandated that high-tech hardware and software have "backdoors" installed that would be accessible by the government, as well as forcing companies to provide keys for any encryption schemes used on the devices or in programs, has been suspended from proceeding through the legislative process. In addition, the proposal would have mandated all data created by Chinese users would have been required to remain in China, requiring hundreds of western services to build data centers in the country.


China regulators block governmental purchases of Apple, Intel hardware

02/26, 8:15am

Cisco, Citrix also banned; government cites security concerns

A weekend move by China has stricken Apple, Intel, Cisco, Citrix, and McAfee from approved vendors for governmental purchase. Ostentibly to protect national security interests, the move appears to be more about giving state run and other Chinese companies a leg up on procurements in the country, similar to regulations inside the US government that does the same.


IDC: Apple in second behind Xiaomi in China, Samsung plummets

02/18, 12:47pm

Company's iPhone 6 lineup took country by storm, reflecting other markets

Research firm IDC has reported that the established order of dominance in the Chinese smartphone market has crumbled, with Apple's iPhone 6 lineup pushing the Cupertino manufacturer into second place in the market, a doubling of its position from 2013. Low-cost Chinese maker Xiaomi took first place with just slightly better performance than Apple, while Samsung -- previously the unchallenged top seller -- fell to fifth place in marketshare.


Apple boosts banks supporting Apple Pay to 84, many more coming

02/18, 11:11am

First Bank, Morgan Stanley added to roster of Apple Pay banks

Apple has added 19 new banks in a February addition update. Notable additions include the Credit Union of Southern California, FirstBank, and Morgan Stanley. The new additions bring the total of banks supporting Apple's service to 84. Apple CEO Tim Cook claimed during a Goldman Sachs tech conference that over 2,000 banks and credit unions would support the service by the end of the year worldwide.


Apple, China state-run bank spar over charges, data center requirement

02/17, 11:43am

Negotiations stall, rollout of Apple Pay taking longer than Apple wants

Apple is having some difficulty with its electronic payments service rollout in China. Two giants in China's commerce ecosystem, e-retailer Alibaba and China's central bank UnionPay, are fighting the introduction of the service, reportedly over concerns about the regulatory climate in China, as well as Apple's share of each transaction.


Apple updates supplier report, bans worker recruitment fees

02/11, 8:12pm

Progress made on conflict-free smelters, fallback on overtime issues

On Wednesday, Apple updated its annual Supplier Responsibility Report, and for the most part reported continued progress in its struggle to ensure that workers in its Asian factories are not suffering abuse or dangerous conditions. The biggest change in the report is that Apple has barred recruitment firms and employers from charging workers any fee to get jobs on its assembly lines. The iPhone maker also noted that it increased supplier audits by 40 percent in 2014.


Qualcomm agrees to pay $975M fine to end Chinese antitrust case

02/10, 2:06pm

Agrees to changes in licensing terms of essential 3G, 4G patents in China

Qualcomm has agreed to pay a fine to end an antitrust investigation in China. The settlement, which involves the chip producer handing over 6.09 billion yuan (approximately $975 million) to China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), as well as performing other actions, after the NDRC declared Qualcomm had violated an anti-monopoly law.


Apple airs re-imagined 'Song' ad for Lunar New Year

02/03, 12:41pm

Asian version of US ad plays to Chinese market, gift-giving season

Apple has created a new version of its holiday ad "The Song" for the Chinese market in time for the Lunar New Year celebrations, which commence later this month. The wholly-reimagined ad is prominently featured on the company's China website, and is the first such ad made directly for China. Senior VP of Retail Dame Angela Ahrendts has made China a priority over the next two years as it emerges as Apple's third-largest market.


New Apple Stores coming to Queens, NY and Tianjin, China

02/02, 11:12am

Brooklyn and Manhattan locations running behind schedule

Apple is preparing to open two stores in previously-untapped urban markets. The first is in the Chinese city of Tianjin, and will be debuting this Saturday at 10AM local time. The other is in the New York City borough of Queens; sources say the shop will open later this year on the second floor of the Queens Center Mall. One of the sources claims that the outlet will be Apple's biggest inside a New York mall, and that the company expects revenues to top high-profile locations elsewhere in the state.


Chongqing Apple Store revealed ahead of opening

01/30, 6:10pm

Crowds gather for latest flagship China Apple Store event

Apple is opening its latest Chinese Apple Store -- this time a new, standalone store in Chongqing, the second Apple store for the city. Local media were allowed access to the interior as the previously-reported cityscape mural was removed to reveal an all-glass cylinder shape, similar to the store in Shanghai, with a glass staircase leading below ground to the actual store. This will be the third of five stores Apple has promised to open in China by the start of the Lunar New Year.


China to require backdoors, audits for foreign enterprise sales

01/29, 12:48am

Source code mandated to be made available for inspection, other onerous rules

At the end of last year, the Chinese government approved a 22-page set of regulations for the sale of computer equipment to Chinese banks, but that will ostensibly apply to all enterprise sales. The rules require foreign companies to turn over source code, submit to audits, and build "back doors" into hardware and software so that the government can monitor devices. The new rules are expected to be the first in a series to be introduced across the next few months.


Apple sees one billionth iOS device shipped, China sales explode

01/28, 1:20am

Analysts believe Apple outsold all others in China, sold more iPhones than US

In the midst of so much good news that came out of Apple in its fiscal Q1 report today, a significant milestore was also noted: the company said it had sold its one billionth iOS device, which it will keep for historical purposes. The device was said to be a 64GB Space Grey iPhone 6 Plus, and was part of the extraordinary 74.6 million iPhone sold worldwide in the holiday quarter. China sales played a major role as well, growing sales 157 percent from the previous quarter.


Apple Q1 breakdown reveals 18 percent decline in iPad shipments

01/27, 5:16pm

Giant otherwise shows strong financial performance

Beyond its official press release, Apple has posted a detailed breakdown (PDF) of its fiscal first quarter. The document is the only one to mention iPad sales, and reveals that shipments dropped 18 percent year-over-year to 21.42 million. Revenues for the tablet fell 22 percent to $9 billion.


Analysts: China iPhone sales outpace US, Apple gaining on Samsung

01/27, 3:18am

Remarkable reversal in Korean maker's fortunes benefitting Apple

On Tuesday, Apple will reveal its latest figures on its overall sales and general health, but analysts will again focus on one key segment -- Apple's best-selling device, the iPhone -- as the only metric that matters. Two key aspects of that metric, however, may have larger implications than just the quarterly revenues, or a temporary change in Apple's stock value. According to analysts, it is now likely that Apple is selling more iPhones to China now than it is in the US market (where it is market leader by a long way) -- and even more remarkably, that Apple is close to rivaling the total smartphones sales of rival Samsung.


New mural created for upcoming Chongqing flagship store

01/26, 9:00pm

Second in city will be standalone, offer Shanghai-like cylinder shape

Following in the footsteps of recent murals that "drape" under-construction standalone stores (such as the one that covered the recently-opened Hangzhou store), Apple has created another mural to cover the cylinder-shaped forthcoming Chongqing store, which is set to open this Saturday. The new location, the second for the city, will be the third of five store openings in China promised by the company before the arrival of the New Year on February 19.


Apple Store in Hangzhou, China opens over weekend

01/26, 6:34pm

First of five new Chinese Apple Stores to open before Lunar New Year

A new Apple store based on its latest two-story designs (as seen in San Francisco and elsewhere) has opened in Hangzhou, China. As is typical for such openings, lines of enthusiasts trailed around the block to experience Asia's largest and latest Apple Store, the second in a series of five that will open around China by the start of the official Chinese New Year on Thursday, February 19. The first new store was opened in Zhengzhou earlier this month to similar acclaim and excitement.


Marketshare of iPhone surges in Japan, China, South Korea

01/21, 11:05am

Apple leaps ahead of LG in latter's home market

Apple has seen significant surges in the Japanese, Chinese, and South Korean smartphone markets since the introduction of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus last September, according to a study by Counterpoint Research. The most significant performance is reportedly in South Korea, where in November Apple leapt from under 15 percent marketshare to 33 percent. That put the company ahead of LG, slotted at just 14 percent, and significantly closer to Samsung, which dropped from 60 to 46 percent. LG and Samsung are both local to Korea, and have traditionally enjoyed a homefield advantage.


Hangzhou Apple Store mural features ancient poem

01/20, 9:20am

Outlet arriving January 24th

Apple has posted a new video on its Chinese retail site, highlighting a mural covering the company's yet-to-be-opened Hangzhou outlet. The mural features a poem written about the city some 2,000 years ago. For Apple, the text was repainted by modern calligrapher Wang Dongling. The shop is due to open this Saturday, January 24.


Thieves tunnel into Apple warehouse, abscond with treasure trove

01/19, 8:26pm

Profits from stolen phones spent on cars, gold, gambling

Last week in Beijing, three men tunneled underground into a warehouse belonging to an Apple distributor and were able to steal 240 of the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models. The incident is just the latest in a series of crimes involving the latest iPhone -- resulting in a nickname for the device that translates "Kidney 6," in reference to a case in 2012 when a 17-year-old allowed one of his kidneys to be removed and sold so he could afford to buy an iPhone and iPad.


Xiaomi Mi Note, Mi Note Pro phablets launch in China

01/15, 7:37am

Xiaomi flagship phablets have 5.7-inch displays, aluminum and glass body

Xiaomi has launched two new mobile devices, with a pair of phablet-sized smartphones The Xiaomi Mi Note is a smartphone with a large 5.7-inch 1080p display squeezed into a 6.95mm-thick aluminum and glass body, while the Mi Note Pro keeps the design the same but slips in some component upgrades, as well as increasing the screen resolution to 1440x2560.



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