Could lack of Wi-Fi slow iPhone sales in China?

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On Friday, China Unicom rolled out Chinese editions of the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS – the first of Apple’s best-selling devices to hit the world’s most populous country. The 8-gig Unicom iPhone 3G will be sold for 5,880 yuan, or $861; the 32-gig model will go for the equivalent of more than $1,000.