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Apple might shift iPhones, iPads, Macs production to India and Vietnam: Report
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Apple might shift iPhones, iPads, Macs production to India and Vietnam: Report

Reports suggest that Apple could shift the production capacity of its voice-activated smart HomePod mini speakers to Vietnam.

Apple's latest iOS 14.2 update brings new emoji, wallpapers and other improvements
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Apple's latest iOS 14.2 update brings new emoji, wallpapers and other improvements

The iOS software update has also worked on issues regarding the camera viewfinder, keyboard, apps on the home screen and more.

Hyderabad-based DRDO lab develops contacless sanitisation cabinet to disinfect currency notes, mobiles phones
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Hyderabad-based DRDO lab develops contacless sanitisation cabinet to disinfect currency notes, mobiles phones

Proximity sensor switches clubbed with drawer opening and closing mechanism makes its operation automatic and contactless

RIP iTunes: Apple kills its media service; breaks it into Podcasts, Music and TV apps
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RIP iTunes: Apple kills its media service; breaks it into Podcasts, Music and TV apps

iTunes has felt quite neglected over the past few years and it was but obvious that Apple would discontinue it.

Apple WWDC 2019 to kick off at 10:30 pm IST: How to watch the conference LIVE
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Apple WWDC 2019 to kick off at 10:30 pm IST: How to watch the conference LIVE

The opening keynote at WWDC has always been more about Apple's annual public software refreshes.

Apple acquires patents from the now defunct home security startup Lighthouse AI
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Apple acquires patents from the now defunct home security startup Lighthouse AI

Apple could use the patented technology to give better insights to users on its iOS app.

Apple headed to US court this week over an App Store battle for monopoly abuse
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Apple headed to US court this week over an App Store battle for monopoly abuse

A group of iPhone owners claimed that Apple forces them to overpay for apps by forbidding rivals.

Apple likely to miss Wall Street expectations; valuation drops briefly below $1 trillion
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Apple likely to miss Wall Street expectations; valuation drops briefly below $1 trillion

Apple said it expects between $89 billion and $93 billion in revenue for its fiscal first quarter.

Safari browser to make it tougher for companies such as Facebook to track you
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Safari browser to make it tougher for companies such as Facebook to track you

Safari used to wait 24 hours from your last visit to a service before blocking that service’s cookies on third-party sites.

World Emoji Day: Apple announces 70 emojis, overhauls leadership page with Memojis
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World Emoji Day: Apple announces 70 emojis, overhauls leadership page with Memojis

The new emojis will include people with red hair, grey hair, and curly hair

Intel beats Earnings Expectations for Q1, driven by the biggest-ever quarterly jump in its data centre business
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Intel beats Earnings Expectations for Q1, driven by the biggest-ever quarterly jump in its data centre business

Intel said fresh demand for applications such as artificial intelligence fuelled the data centre business.

Apple could be launching a new iPhone model or 'several' models at the upcoming WWDC 2018: Report
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Apple could be launching a new iPhone model or 'several' models at the upcoming WWDC 2018: Report

Reports have speculated that it could be the second generation of the iPhone SE, which has not seen a significant upgrade since it was launched.

Mark Zuckerberg hits back at Tim Cook for his recent criticism of Facebook and its monestisation of user data
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Mark Zuckerberg hits back at Tim Cook for his recent criticism of Facebook and its monestisation of user data

Cook had called for increased regulation of Facebook and questioned the practice of monetising user data on free platforms by selling ads.

No marks for bad handwriting: Cambridge University may scrap written exams in favour of laptops, iPads
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No marks for bad handwriting: Cambridge University may scrap written exams in favour of laptops, iPads

The UK's prestigious Cambridge University is mulling scrapping an over 800-year-old practice of handwritten exams in favour of using laptops or iPads due to the deterioration in students' handwriting.

Apple launches sixth beta version of iOS and MacOS Seirra
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Apple launches sixth beta version of iOS and MacOS Seirra

A week after the last set of releases, Apple has launched the sixth beta versions of iOS 10.3.3 and mac-OS Sierra 10.12.6.

'Made in India' Apple iPhones being sold on trial run at select stores
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'Made in India' Apple iPhones being sold on trial run at select stores

US giant Apple, is currently selling 'Made in India' iPhones on a trial basis at selected stores in limited quantities.

New WPI, IIP series a much required move, but here are a few issues govt should take up
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New WPI, IIP series a much required move, but here are a few issues govt should take up

Any index is created based on a basket of goods which exists at a point of time, which is taken to be the base year, and then is tracked either in quantity terms (IIP) or prices (WPI) over a period of time.

iOS 10 release could make 40 percent of Apple iPads obsolete: Report
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iOS 10 release could make 40 percent of Apple iPads obsolete: Report

There is no denying that iPad sales have been falling and it's now possible that with iOS 10, Apple will further contribute to the decline in overall tablet sales.

Apple devices crash while updating to the new iOS 9: Report
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Apple devices crash while updating to the new iOS 9: Report

A significant number of Apple Inc customers are reporting their mobile devices have crashed after attempting to upload the new iOS 9 operating system, the latest in a line of launch glitches for the tech giant.

Apple wants to guide your news consumption with News app
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Apple wants to guide your news consumption with News app

Apple wants to be a central part of how you consume news. The iPhone maker has forged partnerships with CNN, National Geographic and others — more than 50 companies so far, representing hundreds of outlets.