Apple's Manufacturing Plant India

How Apple India is Expanding its Manufacturing Base

Apple Inc., the world’s second-largest tech company, just stepped in to join the Make in India movement. The company, along with one of its suppliers, Wistron Corporation, reportedly bought about 43 acres of land in Karnataka to set up a manufacturing plant. With an investment of Rs 682 crores, Wistron is looking to increase Apple’s share in the Indian mobile market, which has shown a booming growth in the last quarter. 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

3D Touch

Samsung is Copying iPhone’s 3D Touch Feature

History has it that every time Apple has come up with a new innovation for their iPhones, too cool for everyone to handle, Samsung would be the first company to pop up with a technology much too similar to theirs. So, now the South Korean tech giant has finally worked out on how to *cough* rip off 3D Touch. Read more

Apple vs Samsung

Apple vs Samsung Battle is Getting Closer Than Ever

Remember the famous ‘If you don’t have an iPhone, you don’t have an iPhone’ ad? It was an affirmation of the deep love Apple users have for their devices. This unparalleled customer delight has been a key contributor to Apple’s dominance in the smartphone market. But now, Apple’s biggest competitor – Samsung – has come within a whisker nullifying this advantage. Read more

iPhone 6S sales

iPhone 6S Beats the Latest Samsung Models to Become World’s Top Selling Smartphone of 2016

It would be safe to say that 2016 will not go down as a happy memory for Samsung. The year started on a promising note with Galaxy Note 7 getting splendid reviews from tech experts and users alike. But reviews aren’t of much use when devices start exploding in your face!  Samsung was forced into a global recall of the Note 7 and things went downhill from there. Read more