China is reportedly banning the use of iPhones and foreign devices in government agencies
In a rather assertive move geared towards safeguarding its national security interests, the Chinese government has instituted stringent regulations within its most sensitive sectors.
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, insiders familiar with the situation reveal that Chinese government agencies have now prohibited their staff from using foreign-branded devices, including Apple Inc.'s iPhones for work. Furthermore, the directive disallows them from bringing iPhones and similar foreign devices into the workplace.
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