Apple opened two new flagship stores on Saturday in Bejing and Shanghai on the same day that it launched its iPhone 4 in China. The queue to purchase iPhone 4 was 1000 customers long at the Bejing store, while China Unicom received more than 200,000 pre-orders for the handset. The demand is already outstripping supply. This compares well with China Unicom’s sales of the iPhone 3 last year, which totalled 100,000 in six weeks after its launch in October.Read more:

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