China is home to the iPhone, or at least the place where Apple makes the most iPhones. Your mobile phone was probably assembled in China before it was delivered to your country. Ironically, iPhone is a very lucrative business for smugglers seeking to bring iPhones back into the country and sell them on the black market.
The smugglers have become more and more sophisticated when transporting iPhones across the border, but it does not. I mean, the authorities will not catch them. The authorities in Shenzhen have just neutralized a 26-member drone ring of smugglers to smuggle nearly $ 80 million worth of iPhones from Hong Kong.
The suspects used drones to fly 200 meter long cables between Hong Kong and the mainland to Reuters to transport $ 79.8 million of converted iPhones.
The smugglers worked after midnight and took seconds to transport small bags that contained no more than 1
This is apparently the first documented case in China using drones for cross-border smuggling. The country has strict rules on drone regulation, according to the report, among other things, that the owners have to register their devices to a certain weight under their real name, with the fear that drones could get into the flight path. In the meantime, he uses his own drones and other high-tech equipment to monitor smuggling activities.ac