Software and hardware licenses are an area that Apple has focused on for years.
The company has been working on a licensing strategy that would allow it to continue to sell Apple products in China.
Apple is reportedly working on an agreement with China National Software Company (CNSC), the Chinese government’s largest software licensing agency, which it says will give it a foothold in the country.
The agreement could allow Apple to continue selling software in China and help make it more profitable for the company to continue operating in the region.
Apple says that it has already signed deals with CNSC for the sale of some of its own software and software-related products, including Siri, the virtual assistant.
However, that agreement doesn’t cover the sale and licensing of third-party applications.
Apple says it will continue to offer its own Siri virtual assistant, but it will no longer sell it to third-parties.
Apple has also announced a new partnership with a Chinese mobile phone company, a move that could help Apple’s software and licensing strategy.
The move will allow Apple and Huawei to jointly develop a new device called the Huawei Ascend Mate.
The new device is expected to be unveiled this summer, but Apple has yet to announce a launch date for the device.
Apple also recently launched a new iOS 10 beta software update for its iOS operating system, the company’s third major software update in a row.
Apple has said that it will introduce a version of the new software for the first time next year.