The North Korean company, Ryonghung, does not care about the "iPad" name for Apple products. She identically identified her product, which … looks "cheap" but allegedly sells very well.

Ryonghung The iPad is actually a small tablet with a quad- core 1.2 GHz processor. The device has only 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal data memory. The asian iPad is sold in a set with a keyboard hook and HDMI input – we both have to pay extra when you buy an iPad from Apple. As if that was not enough, IPad reportedly supports 40 applications. However, some of them need to be loaded from the SD card. Allegedly it also has the ability to connect to the network. The problem, however, is that the North Korean intranet is a place where there is not much to browse.

fot. Ryonghung, NK News, Gizmodo

fot. Ryonghung, NK News, Gizmodo

The hardware in question is very similar to the Android tablet that we heard about in 2013. Besides, this is not the first copy of an Apple product that appears in a North Korean country. Earlier, I was talking about clones of the iMac or OS X, called Red Star 3.0. As you can see, in this corner of the world, observance of established rules in other parts of the world (such as naming a product) does not necessarily have to be true. Does Apple have any consequences for this? Time will tell. Source: NK News , Gizmodo