Apple Close to an iPhone Deal With China Mobile

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Sept. 6 (Bloomberg) – Bloomberg’s Julie Hyman reports on Apple, which is said to be close to a deal with China Mobile to sell its iPhones through the world’s largest carrier. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Let's go to julie hyman in the newsroom.

Earlier we talked about apple not having a deal with china mobile because according to officials with knowledge of the matter, apple is close to a deal with china mobile to fill its iphones through the world's largest carrier.

-- sell its iphones through the world's largest carrier.

This would be a big deal for iphone indeed, and for apple indeed.

It perhaps would revenue it's slowing growth, at least to some

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