A Chinese woman walks past a sidewalk billboard advertising Apple's new iPad 2 in Beijing
A Chinese woman walks past a sidewalk billboard advertising Apple's new iPad 2 now on sale in Beijing on July 5, 2011. Despite the iPad 2 clone invasion in China's big cities, the real iPad 2 remains extremely popular in China. Apple is planning to open its fifth store in the country by the end of the year. Chinese vendors are reportedly purchasing iPad displays rejected by Apple to use in iPad clones. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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