Want China Times
Apple’s new 12-inch MacBook has received a green light from Taiwan’s communications
regulator, the National Communications Commission (NCC), to be sold in the country.
The approval notice, published April 2 on the NCC’s website, means that the ultra-thin notebook computer could be available in local stores in the coming weeks.
But the official website of Apple Taiwan still labels the laptop as “coming soon” because it has not yet received local approval for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing. Taiwan is currently in the middle of the April 3-6 Tomb Sweeping holiday.
The 12-inch MacBook will start from NT$41,900 (US$1,350) for a model with 256 GB of flash storage and NT$51,900 (US$1,700) for a 512 GB model, the website said. [FULL STORY]