Chinese iPhone talks halter
Events in China and Germany this week suggest that CEO Steve Jobs might have to rethink the strategy, at least in parts of the world.
A Chinese newspaper reported Thursday that talks between Apple and China Mobile, China's largest wireless carrier, have stalled over the issue of revenue-sharing.
And in France and Germany, laws prevent the kind of monopolistic deal Apple has carved out with AT&T in the U.S. Apple and the carriers have responded by selling unlocked iPhones for roughly three times the cost of locked phones.
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