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Apple to open its first official retail store in India

It is good news for Apple enthusiasts as the company is set to open its first official retail store in India soon. This could prove to be a significant move for the company as it invests heavily in the South Asian nation for manufacturing and sales purposes. Apple has already started manufacturing iPhones in India and even the latest iPhones such as the iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 are being sold with the made-in-India tag.Although Apple has not provided a date for the store opening, the company released a picture of the…

Apple to Open India’s First Flagship Retail Store in Mumbai Next Month, Delhi Store to Follow Soon: Report

Apple is reportedly planning to open its first flagship India retail store in Mumbai. While there has been confirmation about the same from the Cupertino-based tech giant, the flagship store will reportedly open by next month, in April. Apple sells its products through partner retail stores throughout India. Earlier this year, it was reported that the company is hiring workers for its retail stores in Mumbai as well as Delhi. Hence, the Apple Delhi store can also be expected to open in the coming months.According to an…

iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus Yellow Variant Now Available for Pre-Booking With Discounts Upto Rs. 15,000

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus were unveiled in a Yellow colour variant earlier this week. Apple added the new colour option to the five original variants that were announced for the smartphones at the time of their launch in September. The company has now started the pre-booking for iPhone 14, iPhone 14 yellow variant from March 10, while it can be purchased from March 14. Both the iPhone 14 models will be available on Apple India site, Amazon, Flipkart as well as retail stores.Apple introduced the new colour variant for…

Apple iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus yellow colour option launched at Holi

The iPhone 14 and 14 Plus now come in a total of six colours, thanks to Apple's announcement of a new yellow option. Apart from a new colour option, the next iPhone 14 model will be functionally similar to the current generation. The colour seems to be extremely close to the yellow iPhone XR in the product photos. Expect the new iPhone 14 option to be light on the yellow and have a slightly golden frame if the colour turns out to be the same as the iPhone XR.  Pre-orders for the new yellow iPhone 14 and…

Apple Supplier Foxlink Said to Have Halted Production at an Indian Plant After Massive Fire

Apple supplier Foxlink has halted production at its assembly facility in the Southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh and evacuated 400 of its employees after a massive fire on Monday, two local government officials told Reuters.Foxlink makes cables for iPhones. Roughly 50 percent of the machinery at the facility was damaged and half of the building collapsed, said J Ramanaiah, who leads the Disaster Response and Fire Services Department for Tirupati district in the state, where the incident occurred.Management has…

Very bullish on India: Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook has said he is “very bullish on India” and described the country as a major focus and "hugely exciting market” where the technology giant is putting a “significant amount of energy” through investments, retail and online presence. Apple on Thursday reported revenue of USD 117.2 billion for the December quarter and set “all-time revenue” records in a number of markets, including Canada, Indonesia, Mexico, Spain, Turkey and Vietnam, along with quarterly records in Brazil and India. The USD 117.2

CERT issues warning for iPhone 6, iPad Air, iPhone 5S users: Do THIS immediately

The CERT has issued a security warning for users of iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPad Air and few other devices. iPhones are considered the safest and most secure devices on the market today, with immense focus on privacy and data protection. On top of that, Apple's ability to update and support these device for up to 6 years is an extraordinary achievement, encouraging people to use their devices for a long time. However, the phones from almost a decade ago are left unsupported and hackers often find a way to exploit flaws in