MIC Gadget - Finally. Apple’s iPhone 4S has made progress towards debuting in China. On December 6, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), has officially issued the network access permit for the iPhone 4S. China Unicom is now preparing for the iPhone 4S release as early as Christmas, or probably New Year.
Apple ultimately decided to resolve these six-year-old court proceedings and agreed to pay $15 to each impacted iPhone 4s holder.
Apple is on the receiving end of a class-action lawsuit from disgruntled iPhone 4s owners. The suit, filed by Chaim Lerman and more than 100 others, alleges Apple's iOS 9 update severely degraded the smartphone's performance both in terms of third-party apps and core functionality.