iBooks and iTunes Movies ordered closed in China by government regulator, just six months after launch

shutterstock apple The New York Times reports that a government regulator forced the closure of iBooks Store and iTunes Movies in China last week. The two services launched there in September, along with Apple Music (which is still available). The shutdown was ordered by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), which oversees content in those mediums. Read More
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