Although the Smartphone market in China seems ambiguous, it is well set to sell iPhones with Wi-Fi capability showing improved awareness and acceptance among Chinese Smartphone users. Though Apple’s Chinese partner, China Unicom Ltd., started selling the iPhones in October, but lack of wireless connectivity proved a bit of turn off in Chinese market that has largely focused on cheap models. Sales starting from Monday, Unicom will sell 8GB iPhones with third-generation service and Wi-Fi throughout China, while 6- and 32-gigabyte iPhones will come without Wi-Fi. Despite being the largest growth market for cellphones, Apple Inc. will be competing with Taiwan’s HTC Corp. that launched four models for China last month with Unicom rival China Mobile Ltd., the world’s biggest carrier by subscribers. It only remains to be seen how Apple’s most successful product fares in the market, where black market versions of the same are widely available.