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Apple Is Now Going For “Made In India”

Apple in planning to move a large portion of its production to India. From now onwards, a lot of iPhones will have “Made in India” embedded on them instead of the standard “Made in China”. Apple has Foxconn, Wistron and other providers who handle manufacturing for all of Apple products and they have already started to setup factories in India. Read More

Apple Stores In Australia Are Now Open

Apple has started reopening its official stores in Australia. Apple is taking strict preventive measures by screening customers, running temperature checks, face masks and lines along with social distancing to make sure everyone is safe. All of Apple’s 20 stores in Australia have been reopened while the main one in Sydney is still closed for renovation.

The Sydney store closed for renovation before the COVID-2019 crisis.

Apple Announces Virtual WWDC On June 22nd

Apple is all set to host the world’s largest developer conference – the WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC) via a virtual platform. The event which normally attracts a huge crowd and tickets worth $1,599 get sold out within minutes will for the first time be an online event. Apple will most likely also be holding a keynote to announce new products and software upgrades as always. Read More

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Apple Announces All New MacBook Pro 13-inch With Magic Keyboard

In a press release, Apple today announced a refreshed new MacBook Pro 13 inch with a Magic Keyboard. The new MacBook Pro now starts at $1,299. It features the Magic Keyboard which is essentially a touch bar on the top of the keyboard that allows for quick functionality and easy access to certain features. A Touch ID fingerprint sensor along with an Esc button also feature on the new computer. Read More

Apple Delays Production of New iPhones

Apple is reportedly delaying the production of its new iPhones. Apple has notified its production units to delay mass production of its latest flagship iPhone by a month as reported by the Wall Street Journal. Apple is planning to launch four new iPhone models, out of which – two would be at 6.1 inch screens, one with a 5.4 inch screen and one large one wit a 6.7 inch screen. While some analysts predict that Apple will only delay the launch of its flagship phones, it is believed that Apple will delay the launch of all new iPhones by a month. Read More