apple-store-beijing-2-720x480China got its first official shipments of new iPhones last week, but a new report from web censorship watchdog Great Fire indicates Chinese users may be facing an unpleasant surprise when they try to connect to Apple services at large. As of last night, the Chinese firewall is blocking all local connections to iCloud.com, redirecting those connections to a dummy site designed to look exactly like Apple’s login page. If you’re using Firefox or Chrome, you’ll land on a warning page like the one above, but if you’re using Qihoo, the most popular browser in China, you’ll be routed straight to the dummy site with no indication that it’s not being run by Apple. A similar attack is also being leveled against Microsoft’s Login.live.com, the company’s gateway for all account logins. More