Tuesday, August 03, 2010 at 05:57 PM | Posted by kazouz
The Korea Communications Commission today announced that Apple received approval to sell the iPhone 4 in South Korea, Bloomberg reports.
The regulator said it granted a certification after reviewing documents submitted by Apple, including the results of tests conducted locally. Apple filed an application on July 29, the watchdog said.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs said during the iPhone 4 press conference that the launch of the device in South Korea would be delayed as the company continued to seek government approval.