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Apple Watch ECG app

Health Freaks, This One is For You: Health Apps On Apple Watch Enabled in India

The festive season in India has begun with Dussehra almost knocking on our doors, and Diwali following closely behind. And in that festive spirit, here comes our gift in the form of health apps for Apple WatchOS 6. The latest apps like Noise and Voice Memos and features like menstrual cycle tracking features are made available to the Indian audience. 

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iPhone 11 pre booking

iPhone11 Pre Booking Starts in India with Cashback up to ₹7,000

The new iPhones are almost here! Prebooking for the recently announced iPhone model – the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have begun both online and offline from today. Along with the iPhone, you can also pre-book the Apple Watch Series 5.

If you’re interested to prebook any of the new iPhones (or the Apple Watch Series 5) you can do that online on Amazon, Flipkart or the Paytm Mall. For people who would prefer to get their iPhone from retail outlets can also prebook with authorized resellers.

We suggest that the best option for prebooking is through Amazon. It’s not only the most convenient and reliable (Amazon India is the authorised seller on Apple products), you can also get some interesting pre-booking offers.

iPhone 11 Cashback & EMI Offers

  • If you have an HDFC Credit Card or a Debit Card you can avail up to ₹ 6000 cashback on the iPhone 11, and ₹ 7000 on both the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
  • There is a no-cost EMI option available as well.

Here are the Amazon Pre-Booking links:

iPhone 11 – https://amzn.to/2NpRfk5

iPhone 11 Pro – https://amzn.to/2Qm3d0f

iPhone 11 Pro Max – https://amzn.to/32Weeqm

Availing this discount means the new iPhone 11, 64GB will cost you ₹58,900. The iPhone 11 Pro 64GB will cost you ₹ 93,900 and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, 64GB will cost you ₹ 1,02,900.

Happy Pre-booking!

Apple customer care India

Apple India has Billion Dollar Plans for Manufacturing and Retail Expansion

Mr. Cook started by dipping his toes in the Indian smartphone market with Made in India iPhones and now he’s ready to do a cannonball with a billion-dollar investment. The news shouldn’t come as a surprise because Apple has been looking for means to ramp up its investment in India.  But a billion-dollar investment! Well, that was a wee bit more than we predicted. 

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iPhone sales growth in India

Apple iPhone Sales: Story of Victory in India

Recently Apple announced that iPhones generated $26 billion that’s roughly Rs. 1,80,000 crores in revenue. This is for the company’s third-quarter, a drop of 12 percent in iPhone sales from last year’s June quarter. Globally, there’s a fall of 11 percent in iPhone shipments in the quarter. However, India witnessed a year-on-year growth of 19 percent growth in shipments. All thanks to discounts and promotional offers from the Cupertino-based tech giant.

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iPhone models discontinued

Apple Pushes For High-End iPhone Sales: Discontinues iPhone SE, 6s Plus, 6 Plus In India

Those of you who have been planning to get an iPhone but only had the budget for a lower-end model, you can say goodbye to your dreams of entering the big boys league. Because Apple has officially and successfully shattered your dream. In today’s hope crushing news, Apple has made the decision to discontinue the sales of iPhone SE, 6s Plus, 6 Plus in India. Trust Apple to make such decisions. So, what now?

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Apple TV+ coming to India

Apple TV Plus India Is Now A Reality

After two months of the announcement of Apple TV app, we finally have Apple TV plus in India. Apple TV plus will be running across all the Apple devices – iPhone, iPads, Apple TVs, along with all the Samsung smart TVs. The only device that’s missing from the action is the MacBook. But the Apple TV app would be made available for MacBook users later this year.

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Apple e-waste

Apple Devices and Other e-Products Held by Central Pollution Control Board of India

Recently, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), India took a significant step to reduce e-waste. It issued a command to seize electronics imported on ten permits that were withdrawn from use. As a result, the customs department held products worth approx. 5,000 crore ($723 million). It included various Apple devices and also products from other brands like Samsung, Vivo, HP, and others.

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