Chinese officials have raided a counterfeit iPhone factory in Huaqiangbei in Shenzhen, China. According to a Shenzhen Daily report, 28 people have been taken into custody for questioning, and seven were arrested by police. The raid turned up more than 1,000 fake iPhones, which sell for 500 yuan (roughly $74) as opposed to more than 5,000 yuan for a real model, as well as 6,000 batteries. The report claims that Apple officials expressed their appreciation for the police’s “commendable efforts, and the company is sending staff to the area to learn more about the case. [via TUAW]
Officials raid counterfeit iPhone factory
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