Shares of Apple are surging on Monday after the tech titan finally reached a long-awaited deal with China Mobile. The iPhone 5S and 5C models will be available in China Mobile retail stores starting January 17, with pre-orders beginning Christmas Day. The deal officially gives Apple access to all carriers in the world's biggest handset market. As China Mobile is the world's biggest wireless carrier, with about 760 million subscribers, analysts estimate the company could sell another 20 million iPhones in 2014 through the deal.

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