Black Market for Apple Products Grows, Struggles in China

Demand for Apple products, coupled with severe constraints on local supply, has created a thriving black market. But it's getting tougher and costlier to smuggle the devices into China as the Chinese customs authority has told some U.S.-based shipping agents not to accept orders of iPads, and warned travelers to declare their gadgets at the border and pay a 10 percent import duty on electronics.