Not only the labor working in Foxconn, for Apple, surfaced many issues but a Chinese company Proview claimed that Apple is infringing its trademark for hit tablet, iPad. Such obstacles have stopped Apple releasing its new iPad in China so far.
Tim Cook, Apple Inc.’s CEO, has flown all the way to Chinese soil to have talks with local officials. He has trysts this Monday (Beijing’s Mayor) and Tuesday with Chinese authorities to discuss and ease down the problems his company is facing in this continent. Cook is also to visit one of Apple’s two biggest stores in the country.
He says that China is a very important market for them, and in future they are seeking expansion of their business here.
“Tim is in China meeting with government officials. China is very important to us and we look forward to even greater investment and growth there,” said Carolyn Wu, an Apple spokesman.
No words are out yet either Tim Cook will meet the Proview official or not. Although, one unknown source from the Chinese company said “He (Cook) should be here to also understand more of the iPad issue and handle the situation.”