Apple gets to sell iPhones again in Southeast Asia's largest market
After skipping the iPhone 6S, Apple finally gets to sell iPhones again in the largest smartphone market in Southeast Asia.
This is because the San Francisco technology giant has committed to a $44 million R&D centre in Indonesia, thus fulfilling a requirement for 4G smartphones to use 30 percent local components.
The 30 percent can be made up of hardware and software.
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