The iPhone SE is all set to launch in India this Friday, i.e., April 8th. And iWorld – one of India’s largest Apple retailer – has started taking pre-orders for the iPhone SE. Read more
A Mac’s menu bar is the best place to keep a track of all that your Mac is doing. When utilised correctly, the menu bar can boost your productivity significantly. Read more
Apple has taken yet another step towards grabbing a bigger slice of the smartphone market in India. There’s no doubt that they’ve caught everyone’s fancy, but – with their steeply priced products – it’s not the heart, but the wallet that makes the final decision. Read more
Yesterday we reported that Apple had discontinued the crowd favorite iPhone 5S. Let us supplement that with a (sort of) good news today – Apple has cut the price of Apple Watch in India by Rs. 5,000! Read more
Yesterday’s ‘mini-event’ at Cupertino marked the end of an era. In what was possibly the last event at the historic “Townhall”. Tim Cook unveiled a new 4-inch iPhone SE and a 9.7-inch iPad Pro. That was the main course!
However, there were a lot of other things, minor dishes that added flavour to the event. Here’s a recap: Read more
Whenever Apple makes a new product announcement, we always wonder about its cost in India, since only the US prices are revealed at the event. A simple conversion of the announced dollar amount to INR doesn’t work because the actual prices in India tend to be on the higher side.
If you’ve been following our blog (or any other Apple blog, for that matter) over the past few months, you will have noticed that Apple has been making a great deal of effort to establish itself in the Indian market. Read more
The launch of iPhone 7 is months down the line; and yet, the curious cats that we are, we can’t help seek out and revel in all the leaks and rumours going around the Internet. The latest is a bunch of leaked photos of what could well be the next iPhone! Read more
With the launch of OS X Mavericks, Apple showed its intent to bridge the gap between iOS and Mac OS. The Mac OS got a lot flatter and cleaner, to better mimic its mobile counterpart. Apple also introduced the ability to make and receive calls right from the Mac. Read more