iPhone SE 2

If iPhone SE And iPhone X Had A baby, It Would Be Called iPhone SE 2

With the launch of iPhone SE in 2016, we saw a side of Apple never seen before. The one that revives the old or in this case iconic, unchanged designs. The iPhone SE was an amalgamation of iPhone 5’s aesthetics and iPhone 6S’s specs. The SE as we learned, stands for “Special Edition” was a hit amongst the legion of people who demanded smaller phones. Read more

iMac Pro in India

Apple has Priced the iMac Pro in India at Just Rs. 4,15,000

You can now buy the brand new iMac Pro in India! Till now the Apple die-hards had to make do with pseudo- pro devices and had to work under the limitations of Apple’s namesake “pro” ecosystem. Professionals haven’t had one decent professional mac in three years. Thanks to the newly released iMac Pro, all that is about to change. Read more

iPhone X Face ID

Surprise Surprise! Samsung Is At It Again!

I still remember the day Apple unveiled its futuristic iPhone X and all I could think of was how this phone might be the last smartphone to matter at all. And while we were busy admiring the Apple of our eye, the iPhone X, Samsung was busy hatching a plot to rip Apple’s too cool to handle features once again! Read more

Apple India

Top Management Shuffle at Apple India

Apple India has appointed Michel Coulomb as the new head of operations after Sanjay Kaul put in his papers rather abruptly. Rumor has it that Kaul, who was previously heading the sales operation in India did so over the “not so happening” response aka sales of Apple’s latest flagship in the country. Read more

iPhone slowdown

Apple Apologises for iPhone Slowdown, Reduces Battery Replacement cost from Rs. 6,500 to Rs. 2,000

After iPhone users learned that Apple has been purposefully slowing down the older models to ‘optimise performance’, the tech giant has been slammed with a series class-action lawsuits. However, the distrust being created by this ‘iPhone slowdown’ saga is a bigger worry for Apple than the impending financial losses. Understandably, Tim Cook and co. are doing all they can to salvage the situation.  Read more