Foxconn's Bengaluru Apple Factory: 2 crore iPhones a year, 50,000 new jobs, here’s all you need to know
Foxconn's upcoming Apple factory in Bengaluru is a fascinating project when you look at the numbers. From a production capacity that can produce 7-10% of total iPhones sold in a year, to the massive investment that the project is getting, here are all the details you need.
20-YO Indian girl wins Apple Swift Student Challenge for her app designed to treat eye injuries
A 20 year old girl from Indore has won Apple's Swift Student Challenge, a programme that Apple runs to encourage young people to get into coding. The girl, Asmi Jain created an app that helps treat patients with eye and face injuries to restore movement
Foxconn sees AI driving strong server demand, but full year to be flat
At Foxconn annual shareholders meeting, Chairman Liu Young-way said the firm remained cautious about this year due to monetary policy tightening, geopolitical tensions and uncertainty over inflation, but servers were a bright spot due to surging interest in AI
How ‘Today At Apple’ became a sleeper hit that’s drawing people to Apple Retail stores in Saket and BKC
Today At Apple is a unique programme that sets Apple's retail stores in Delhi's Saket and Mumbai's BKC apart from all other retail outlets. Today at Apple are basically free learning sessions on how to get the most out of Apple's devices and software.
Know why dirt-cheap iPhones have flooded Russian market?
Despite the sanctions imposed on Russia, and the fact that most US and EU based tech companies have withdrawn from Russia, Apple products, especially iPhones are flooding the market, and being sold for dirt cheap rates, about 10-15% cheaper than the EU.
WWDC 2023: What to expect from Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference this year
Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC 2023 is expected to be one of its biggest yet. Apple may launch its VR headset, a new 15-inch MacBook Air, and announce a bunch of AI related developments in iOS17 and the latest iPadOS.
Is Apple looking to make its own ChatGPT? Tech giant starts hiring top talent in Generative AI
Apple has been conspicuously missing from the Generative AI scene, while Microsoft and Google have made some major headways into AI and what it has to offer. That is now set to change as Apple has started hiring top AI engineers and Generative AI experts
Montana bans TikTok: But can the US state enforce the law?
Montana governor Greg Gianforte signed into law a first-of-its-kind bill that completely forbids using TikTok. The move comes after debate escalated over the impact and security of the popular Chinese video app. It is slated to go into effect on 1 January 2024 and a legal challenge is anticipated
Apple's AI Voice: iPhones, iPads can soon ‘clone’ your voice in just 15 mins, thanks to iOS 17
Apple will be launching a bunch of AI-based features with the upcoming iOS 17 and iPadOS 17. One of these features, Personal Voice, will allow users to clone their voice on their devices and use it for a bunch of purposes.
Techie takes a bite out of Apple's self-driving car secrets, fools US sleuths, decamps to China
A former Apple engineer stole Apple Car's self driving data and sold it to a company in China. Before he could be arrested, the engineer flew off to China. If he ever returns to the US, he will face up to 10 years in prison for corporate espionage.
Apple prevented $2 billion worth of fraudulent transactions in 2022 using its App Store policies
In a subtle statement against EU, Apple says that its strict policies for App store helped them prevent $2 billion worth of fraudulent transactions. Apple also tried to subtly convey that allowing sideloading of apps will create issues for Apple and its users.
Apple again accused of planned obsolescence, to be investigated by French regulators
Apple continues to be accused of planned obsolescence, as a French court ordered a fresh new probe into its practices. French tech advocacy group HOP or Stop Planned Obsolescence filed a complaint alleging that Apple has stymied its repair programme.
Apple’s iPhone Problem: iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus could be delayed because of 48MP camera
Apple may have to delay the launch of their upcoming iPhone 15 series. Apple is apparently having some major issues with the new 48MP camera for the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.
iPhone made-in-India by Tata: Industry giant bags 5% of all 2023 global orders
The Tata Group will start making iPhones in India and will make at least 5 per cent of all iPhones sold globally in 2023. The group will also start making iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus later this year, and will have their production quotas increased.
Google has finally launched their Pixel Fold. What’s been Apple up to with their folding iPhone & iPad?
Google became the latest major tech company to join the foldables race with its Pixel Fold. Rumours about Apple working on a folding iPhone and iPad have been doing the rounds for a long time. What are they up to now?
Content creators, rejoice! Apple finally brings Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro to iPads
Apple has finally launched the iPad version of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, two of macOS' most popular applications. This move expands the creative capabilities of iPads, making advanced video and music editing more accessible on the tablet.
iPhone 15 Ultra dummy appears online, shows some major design changes Apple may have gone for
An iPhone 15 Ultra dummy that has been made for case and other accessories manufacturers has leaked online and revealed how the next-gen flagship from Apple will look like. For example, dummy seems to confirm that the alert slider will be replaced by button.
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Long-term (Six Months) Review: Style and substance at a stiff price
On the surface, the Apple iPhone 14 Pro may seem a lot like its predecessor, but it does offer enhancements in several areas that add up to make it a better phone overall.
iPhones prop up Apple’s latest quarterly earnings of $94.8 billion, sales of iPads, Macs plummets
Apple released the numbers of their most recent quarterly earnings, which revealed that the tech giant made over $94 billion dollars, thanks to record-breaking sales of iPhones. However, Apple's iPads and Macs failed to meet its expected target.
Apple releases first ‘rapid’ security fixes for iOS, iPadOS, macOS for high priority security updates
Apple has released its first batch of publicly available Rapid Security patches, specifically designed to address security vulnerabilities on priority. The Rapid Security Responses deliver important security improvements between software updates