Tips & Guides
The super premium iPhone X has been out in the market for just two weeks. Since the much-hyped launch, Apple’s latest flagship has been rife with problems. The issues in the device have the users wondering whether iPhone X was worth the hefty price tag? In case you are facing any of these problems with your shiny new iPhone X, here’s a list of fixes you can try for few of the common issues:
Did you buy a MacBook Pro model within the time period of 2013-15? If so, you might be among the select few who’re disgruntled by your anti-reflective screen, which may be silvered or simply looks like a tessellating mess.
Apple’s operating system has always been one of the cornerstones of its business. The iOS 11, released on 19 September came with significant improvements over its predecessor iOS 10 and paved the way for amazing possibilities for Augmented Reality for games, apps, etc. But unfortunately, Apple’s latest OS came laden with a series of bugs. Remember the autocorrect bug which denied us the liberty of using the letter “I” or the times when Siri decided to give a cold shoulder? Thankfully Apple decided to fix these issues which led to subsequent updates. So, here’s a walkthrough of all the updates in iOS 11. Read more
Apple @ India
Praise the lord! Apple has f “A [?]” nally answered our prayers and released yet another iOS 11.1.1 Update. The update comes with a fix for the iOS keyboard glitch that has been driving everyone up the wall. Read more
Wistron Corp., Apple Inc’s primary iPhone assembler in India, wants to expand its iPhone manufacturing in India. The company is reportedly scouting for 100 acres of land in Bangalore to set up the plant. Wistron executives visited several locations and narrowed down a few, including a one close to the airport. The Taiwanese manufacturer plans on using the facility to supply to other brands aside from Apple. Read more
Apple @ India
Good things come to those who wait. Well, while we wait for Apple to restock the iPhone X supply, few lucky ones have been putting the bezel-less iPhone through various tests. The latest to hop on the testing bandwagon is DisplayMate. Read more
Apple’s iPhone sale for the FY2017 saw a significant boost of 50 per cent. But according to reports, the figures are still not a good enough response for the newly launched iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Amit Mishra, an analyst, said that “Apple sold a total of 1.5 million units of iPhone in India in the year ended September 2017, and it is a 50 per cent growth compared with the last fiscal year.” Read more
Apple @ India
Apple aficionados have been known to go the extra mile to get their hands on the latest products. With the launch of iPhone X in India, a Mumbaikar decided to travel that extra mile by shunning horsepower and … wait for it … riding a horse! Read more
There are plenty of naysayers in the market who believe that Apple, while a juggernaut in the electronics industry, could possibly not be earning a lot of money. The cost of their products is so prohibitive that most consumers are likely to switch loyalties to the competitors.
But anybody who’s ever doubted Apple’s earning potential might want to give things a second thought. Putting their revenue and profit concerns to rest, Apple India delivered strong financial results that exceeded the estimations of Wall Street. It’s clear: Apple’s products are selling and they’re making a hell of a lot of money. Read more