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  • Apple iOS 11.3 lets users control battery performance

    San Francisco: After facing the flak over the revelation that it was purposefully slowing down iPhones to save battery life, Apple has released iOS 11.3 update that gives users more power over battery performance.

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    Apple acknowledges serious iOS bug, to fix it soon

    San Francisco: Apple has admitted that the iOS 11.2.5 has a serious bug which is capable of crashing apps and Apple devices via iMessage, saying that it was working on to fix it. The vulnerability was discovered earlier this week and involves sending an Indian language character (in Telugu) to devices that crashes an iPhone and makes apps like Messages, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp inaccessible.

  • iPhone, Apple watch prices in India rise after custom duty hike during Budget 2018; check out new rates

    In a development that would dampen the spirits of tech geeks and enthusiasts, within a few days of the Indian government’s decision to increase customs duty on mobile phones from 15 percent to 20 percent, Apple India has announced a marginal increase in prices of iPhone and Apple Watch models. An increase of up to 3.6 percent has been observed in the prices of iPhone models and up to 8.3 percent in

  • Apple posts record $88.3 bn in revenue despite fall in iPhone sales

    San Francisco: Despite a fall in iPhone sales, Apple has posted a record revenue of $88.3 billion — a 13 per cent increase from a year ago — for the holiday season quarter that ended on December 30 — pocketing $20.1 billion in profits.

  • Apple apologises for slowing older iPhones down

    San Francisco: Apple has apologised after facing criticism for admitting it deliberately slows down some ageing iPhone models.  The company now says it will replace batteries for less and will issue software in 2018 so customers can monitor their phone’s battery health, BBC reported on Thursday.

  • Apple hikes iPhone prices in India post-customs duty hike

    New Delhi, After the government hiked the customs duty from 10 per cent to 15 per cent for mobile handsets last week, Apple on Monday became the first manufacturer to raise prices (on MRP) across iPhone models, except iPhone SE that the company assembles in the country.

  • Qualcomm files fresh lawsuits against Apple

    San Francisco: Global chip-maker Qualcomm has filed three fresh complaints against Apple in a US court, alleging violations on 16 different patents by the iPhone maker that includes the “super-premium” iPhone X.

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    India revenues doubled in September quarter: Apple

    New Delhi/New York: Tech giant Apple saw its revenues from India doubling year-on-year in the September quarter on strong sales of iPhones and iPads, a top company official today said.

  • Apple iPhone launch: Key features and specifications of all the three iPhones launched

    Cupertino: Apple has finally unveiled three new iPhones, as well as upgrades for the Apple Watch, Apple TV and Airpod wireless headphones on Tuesday. Apple launched three iPhones including iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus at an event on Apple’s new campus, at the Steve Jobs Theater here.

  • Apple to bring iPhone8, X to India for Rs 64,000 onwards

    New Delhi, Apple enthusiasts in India will be able to buy the latest iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, at a price starting from Rs 64,000 within days of availability of the smartphones in the US and other markets. The new lineup, announced late last night in the US, will compete with flagship devices from the stables of Samsung, LG and other players in India.

  • Qualcomm CEO for ‘out of court’ settlement with Apple

    San Francisco: Global chip maker Qualcomm that recently filed a new patent infringement lawsuit against Apple now expects ‘out of court’ settlement with the Cupertino-based iPhone maker. According to a Fortune report on Tuesday, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said during the Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen, Colorado, that “those things tend to get resolved out of court and there’s no reason why I wouldn’t expect that to be the case here.” He

  • 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.