After the iPhone alert message of centre sponsored hack attck, to MPs, MLAs and opposition leaders, the Central Government ordered a probe. In this regard, on November 2, they sent a notice to Apple company, seeking co-operation in this probe. The I-T minister also hoped that Apple would cooperate in the investigation by… read-more
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After opposition political leaders like Supriya Sule, Rahul Gandhi, Raghav Chadha, and others shared a screenshot showing a notification from Apple, the company issued a statement. Notably, on October 31, many political leaders, specifically those iPhone users, received an alert stating a conspiracy of spy by Government of India. It started the classic opposition v/s BJP game. However, Apple officially issued a statement and called it "False… read-more
Big tech giant, Apple is in race to compete Google, Microsoft, and Meta are currently leading the charge, continuously unveiling new AI features. Apple is planning to make a change and take a leap is not far off. According to reports, the Cupertino-based tech company is planning to expand its portfolio of generative AI technology, soon introducing AI-related features for iPhones, Macs, and various services, including the voice assistant Siri… read-more
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Amid the iPhone 15 buzz, the Apple company has issued a new warning to its users, especially those who already purchased the new iPhone 15 models. As per sources, the company asked users not to use iPhone 15, without a case as it may lead to a change in colour. Yes, you heard right, Apple said, "the oil from your skin might temporarily alter the colour of the outside band."
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With the launch of iPhone 15 models in India, the recently opened Apple stores in Delhi and Mumbai are seeing crowds of people, especially crazy iPhone lovers. The iPhone 15, is selling for ₹79,900 in India, iPhone 15 Pro is for ₹1,34,900 whereas the iPhone 15 Pro-Max is available at ₹1,59,900. Despite 'Made-in-India' iPhones are not cheap in India, as major parts are still imported, only assembled in India.
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Recently, iPhone 15 started selling in the market, creating a buzz amongst those fond of Apple phones. However, a user who purchased the iPhone took to social media and shared about the fragile, easily breakable back. The YouTuber dropped both the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro. After few drops, iPhone 15 Pro's condition got worse as the test went on, making it worst, instead of stable claims.
Mumbaikars are all set to get their hands on the newly launched iPhone 15 series models as they are ready to go on sale on Friday (Sept 22). India's first Apple Store located in Mumbai's BKC witnessed long queues since today early morning as citizens line up to buy their iPhone 15. Visuals surfaced on the internet show huge crowd waiting outside the Apple store, for buying iPhone 15.
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Apple unveiled the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which has an Indian connection, as it features Indian Space Research Orgnaization (ISRO) made GPS navigation.NavIC, previously known as the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), represents a regional navigation satellite system comprised of seven satellites and an extensive network of ground stations operating around the clock.It offers two services: Standard Position… read-more
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Apple recently released some important updates for iPhones to keep them safe from sneaky hackers. These hackers were trying to break into the phone of a person who works for a group in Washington, D.C., that watches over the internet and government activities. These updates fixed two security problems that Apple didn't know about before. We call these problems "zero-day exploits", like a surprise test for your phone's security.
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In China, government officials are barred from using iPhones, confirmed sources. The announcement, restricting the use of Apple iPhone for the government officials came on September 6. The ban comes ahead of an Apple event next week that analysts believe will be about launching a new line of iPhones, and could trigger concern among foreign companies operating in China as Sino-U.S. tensions escalate.