Free Press Journal
  • Qualcomm goes after Apple, seeks iPhone import ban

    San Francisco: Global chip maker Qualcomm has filed a new patent infringement lawsuit against Apple, asking the US authorities to ban imports of some iPhone and iPad models.

  • Google poaches Indian-origin chip architect from Apple

    San Francisco: Google has hired Indian-origin chip architect Manu Gulati, who was working with Apple for the last eight years in a key role, to build its own chips for the upcoming Pixel phones, media reports said. According to a report in Variety, Gulati had been spearheading Apple’s chip development and has now joined Google.

  • Apple seeks changes in PMP for setting up unit in India

     New Delhi : iPhone maker Apple has sought modifications in the government’s phased manufacturing programme (PMP) as it plans to set up a manufacturing unit in the country.

  • Apple eyeing to tap India’s huge potential, says Tim Cook

    New York :  Bullish on India, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that the US tech giant was bolstering its presence in India’s “underpenetrated” market to tap the huge growth opportunities in the fast-growing economy amidst improving 4G network infrastructure.

  • Apple: ‘Underpenetrated’ in India, optimistic about future

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the US tech giant is strengthening its local presence in the country and is optimistic about its future given the fast-growing economy and improving 4G network infrastructure in the country.

  • iPhone 8: Here is everything you need to know

    Apple has a major iPhone redesign planned for 2017, with a glass body and edge-to-edge OLED display that includes an integrated Touch ID fingerprint sensor and front-facing camera. The new iPhone is rumoured to have a 5-inch display. Another key feature is said to be the 3D sensing technology.

  • Apple iPhone 8 may face two-month delay

    New York: Owing to the complications in adding edge-to-edge screen for their new upgrades, Apple’s iPhone 8 may be delayed up to two months, a media report said.

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    Finance Ministry rejects Apple demands on tax

    New Delhi: The Finance Ministry has rejected iPhone maker Apple’s demand for tax exemptions for setting up a manufacturing unit in India saying that the decision will have to be taken up by the GST Council.

  • Apple developing own graphics chips for iPhones

    Apple is developing its own graphics technology for iPhones, iPads and watches and will soon stop using PowerVR graphics processors made by British chip designer Imagination Technologies, Apple’s largest customer. In a statement, Imagination said that Apple has notified them that it will no longer use the Group’s intellectual property in its new products in 15 months to two years time.

  • Apple Pay to enter India soon

    After Samsung Pay made its entry into India, now it is heard that Apple Pay is going to enter Indian market.

  • Mumbai: State government wants Foxconn to invest in Maharashtra

    All attempts have been made by the Maharashtra government to get the manufacturing giant Foxconn to invest in Maharashtra and in one such attempt the state government officials met the senior officials of Foxconn and have offered to compensate 11.5% import duty either by grant or a subsidy to offset the losses suffered by the company in the case if the company is charged with import duty.

  • Apple adds new features to its music creation apps

    New York: Apple has updated its music creation apps – Garage Band – for iOS 2.2 and Logic Pro X 10.3 – with  new features for music makers on iPhone, iPad and Mac. “Music has always been part of Apple’s DNA, and we are excited to deliver yet another fun and powerful update to our music creation apps, GarageBand for iOS and Logic Pro X,” said Susan Prescott, Vice President, Applications Product

  • Apple cuts CEO Cook’s pay as iPhone sales hit globally

    New York: Hit by a slump in iPhone sales globally which led to the company missing its revenue and profit goals for 2016, tech giant Apple has cut its CEO Tim Cook’s pay for the year.

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    Apple iOS 10.3 beta to come with ‘Theater mode’

    New York: Apple’s upcoming iOS 10.3 beta operating system is rumoured to be coming come with ‘Theater mode’ which will be accessible via a ‘popcorn-shaped’ icon in control centre, a media report said.

  • iPhone production to be cut by 10%

    New York : Apple is set to reduce iPhone production by 10 per cent in the first quarter of 2017, a media report said, reports IANS.

  • Apple says ‘great Mac desktops’ are coming

    New York: Rumours that Apple was no longer keen on the desktop business because of the emergence of portable market has been discarded by CEO Tim Cook, saying new desktops were on the way, says IANS.

  • Apple adding fresh emojis to iPhone

    New York: With the launch of iOS 10.2 software update for iPhone, Apple has added a wider range of fresh emojis that include new facial expressions, professions and food. According to a report in Fortune, Apple is releasing emoji for sneezing, selfies and more, says IANS.