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Studio interview: iPad trademark dispute to affect iPad3 release?

03-01-2012 08:18 BJT

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Apple Inc will hold a product event on March 7 in San Francisco, where it's said to be releasing iPad3. The world’s most valuable company sent out invitations today -- it shows the corner of an iPad with the words “We have something you really have to see and touch.” <Full story>

Let's get another opinion from one of our experts here in China. Professor Liu Baocheng, from the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.

Q1. Hello, Professor Liu. China’s guofen, or iFans, have been looking forward to the third generation of the iPad -- really -- since the iPad2 was released. How might the patent dispute affect its much anticipated in the Chinese mainland, if at all? Of course, we get Apple products later here, so we don’t even know when we’ll get it.

Q2. How do you see a ruling affecting Apple’s sales and production in China?

Thank you for joining us. That’s Professor Liu Baocheng, from University of International Business and Economics.

 

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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