With iPhone growth slowing down, Apple is now turning to third-world countries to boost sales. With China and India helping Apple to sell the iPhone and other products, Apple’s Tim Cook is taking things even more seriously by opening up a new office address for Apple in Hyderabad. The purchasing power of Indians has become extremely powerful and since the iPhone is priced high in India than the rest of the market, it is still considered to be a luxury item which is why Android dominates the country. Read More
Apple has cut prices for their latest iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus by up to 16 percent in India. Now, the price of iPhone 6s 16 GB model ranges between Rs. 52,000 and Rs. 55,000 which is 11-16% lesser than the Rs.62,000 price tag it was launched at 2 months ago. The prices have been slashed for both models across all its variants – 16 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB. Read More
Apple’s iPad Pro is now available in Indian retail stores at a starting price of Rs.67,900. The company launched its new tablet in India yesterday.
The iPad Pro is Apple’s biggest iPad with a 12.9-inch 2732 x 2048 pixel Retina Display. This 6.9mm thick tablet which weighs 713 gms is the only iOS device to support data transfers at USB 3.0 speeds with the new Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader. The tablet has a four-speaker audio system and also supports auto-sound balancing based on how one holds it. Read More
Apart from meeting the Indian Prime Minister and President on his visit to India next month, it is speculated that Google’s CEO, Sunder Pichai will also launch the second generation Android One smartphone on this visit. An invite that was sent out to some people has led to these rumours. The invite for the event that will be conducted on 16th of this month reads, “At Google, we believe that technology can change people’s lives for the better. Indians are coming online at an astonishing rate with affordable smartphones. These new users have a completely fresh view on what the Internet has to offer. Please block your date for an event with Google as we outline our vision for these users.” Read More
Today, Obi Worldphone launched its new smartphone, the SF1, in India. Obi Worldphone was co-founded last year by the ex-head of Apple and Pepsi-cola, John Sculley, along with Obi CEO Neeraj Chauhan and a few others. SF1 will be exclusively available from December 7 on Gadgets360. Read More
Apple aims to repeat the history that it made in China as the American company plans more than a twofold expansion of its sales in India. The company expects to achieve this target each year over the next three years.
If you have ever been the victim of buying something for a price higher than you should have because there was a discount code, a coupon, or some other action you needed to take, then you are not alone. CouponDunia aims to eliminate this with its already progressing site coupondunia.in, and have now successfully released their Android App, which gets the job done. Read More
There was a lot of excitement over the zero-payment scheme of Reliance Communications on the purchase of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in October, 2014. However, the plan was not implemented due to the non-confirmation of this plan from either Apple or Reliance. But recently, the good news has arrived, allowing iPhone lovers to get the latest versions more conveniently. Now, you don’t need to incur the full cost of buying the iPhone 6 at once. Instead, prospective buyers can choose from 6-month, 12-month or 24-month contracts, depending on their convenience and budget. Read More
Foxconn, the world’s largest manufacturer of electronic contracts which includes iPhone and Kindle, is planning to invest $2 billion in India. Within a few weeks of Lava, a fast growing domestic handset company, showing interest in acquiring Nokia’s Chennai factory Foxconn emerged as a potential buyer of the same plant. Read More
The Apple of China or to say a company that copies Apple in every form and is highly popular in China, Xiaomi has been banned from selling phones in India. Due to a patent infringement issue, the Delhi High Court has asked Xiaomi and its retail partner – Flipkart to stop selling the device in India until February 5th. The patent infringement case against Xiaomi has been filed by Ericsson and until the issue is cleared, Xiaomi cannot sell its cheap iPhone like devices in the country. Read More