Apple iPhone 7 256GB Variant Discontinued To Boost iPhone 8 Sales

Apple has discontinued what has often been called the “best iPhone model” — iPhone 7 256GB. In fact, reports suggest that Apple might have stopped selling this variant of the iPhone 7 on the same day as the iPhone 8 was launched – September 12. The move is hardly surprising, and Apple is keen to push sales of its newest offering that has had a slow uptick thus far. Both the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus have a 256GB variant, but ever since they launched, it is the iPhone 7 that has benefited most.

Busting The Myths of Artificial Intelligence

Conversations on Artificial Intelligence (AI) range from the extremely progressive views on the possibilities it offers to the other side of the spectrum where the chatter is all humdrum and the fear of losing jobs to machines overtakes everything else. Well, the fact is, both perspectives are right and matter equally.

How iPhone 8, iPhone X Will Impact The Premium End Of Smartphone Market

Analysts say that Apple has created a new “premium-plus” category with the new launches, but the biggest beneficiary could be the iPhone 7.

India Still Not Apple Of Tim Cook’s Eye?

Apple’s new iPhones will be available in India at the same time as in the US and other major markets. Yet, Apple seems to have ignored India in some other areas, which could indicate its market priorities. Before launching the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and the X, Apple CEO Tim Cook showcased two of the company’s important products — the Apple Watch and the Apple TV 4K. While the company won’t be launching the cellular version of the Apple Watch in India, the Apple TV 4K is also expected to be launched in the country only by next year.

How Apple Is Taking AI To The Masses

Engineers and product managers at Apple’s headquarters at Cupertino these days are obsessed with the idea of embedding artificial intelligence (AI) into every aspect of consumer’s digital touch points. That’s because Apple chief Tim Cook wants AI to be like air, all pervasive yet invisible.

Apple iPhone To Be Made In Bengaluru: Will Boost The Component-Manufacturing Ecosystem In India

Apple iPhones will be made in Karnataka. The government of Karnataka on Thursday said that it welcomed a proposal from Apple Inc to begin initial manufacturing operations in the state, in a sign that the tech company is slowly moving forward with plans to assemble iPhones in the country.

Gadgets In 2016: Reminiscing The Delightful And Looking Forward To Surprises

The cheapest one came for just Rs 251 while another made global headlines for catching fire.Year 2016 has indeed been the year of smartphones — for right reasons or wrong — as these powerful-yet-affordable devices pushed India ahead of the US as the world’s second-largest Internet userbase, with 2017 promising to be even better.

Note Ban Chokes Handset, Electronics Business

Handset and electronics business, one of the sectors worst hit by demonetisation, are looking at the government for relief.

印度政策已经放宽 苹果为何还不开设零售店

今年 7 月份印度政府决定放宽该国的海外直接投资(FDI)标准相关的限制,以便于特定地区的外国公司在印度国内建立运营业务,包括建立单一品牌的零售店在内。这就意味着苹果公司可以在印度国内无障碍地开设自己的零售店了。当地果粉听闻这条消息时应该是很高兴的。

So When Is That Elusive Apple Store Coming To India?

India’s wait for its first Apple-owned store is not going to end soon. In June, the Narendra Modi government had paved the way for Apple to open direct stores in the country—almost a decade after iPhones first started selling here. And while Apple’s Indian fans rejoiced at the decision, it now appears that they may have celebrated too soon.

Back To Basics? BlackBerry Looks At Enterprise Tie-Ups To Sell Phones

If you are not interested in a BlackBerry phone, we would not be surprised because the company has lost his recall value. Its brand recall value also took a hit when it launched the Blackberry Priv earlier this year at a very high price of Rs 62,990 before revising it later in the year.

Samsung’s Note 7 Has Created A Deep Scar For What Appeared To Be A Picture Perfect Scenario

It was the smartphone Galaxy Note fans had been waiting for. One that was supposed to pack in the best that Samsung had on offer along with some features that no other manufacturer could come up with. It even featured a not-so-popular iris scanner that Samsung advertised about apart from its water resistant capabilities. But even with the best design from Samsung in a decade, Samsung was in a rush to deliver its flagship product for the year before Apple and LG. Rushing your product in stores comes with some drawbacks as devices usually do not get enough time in the testing phase. And all of this (along with some bad PR) has resulted in the massacre of the Samsung brand.

Andromeda OS: Google To Bet On Mix Of Chrome, Android To Beat Apple

Google just turned 18 and like any adult it wants its rivals to take it seriously.

Enter Andromeda OS – another tool that the Mountain View-headquartered company is expected to unveil in the next 24 hours that it claims comprises of the best of Google’s two operating systems (OSes) — Chrome and Android.

Google, Microsoft, Apple & IBM Battle It Out In India Enterprise Space

India is all set to become a battleground as Google is gearing up to take on Microsoft and IBM as the California headquartered search giant is eyeing a piece of the lucrative enterprise business.

India Still Does Not Feature On Apple Launch Map

India may be for one of the fastest growing markets for Apple but when it comes to launches it does not figure on the iPhone maker’s map. iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available to customers in India beginning only from October 7 onwards.

Apple Killing The Headphone Jack In iPhone 7: All You Need To Know

Brace yourselves, by around 12AM September 8, it will become abundantly clear that an iconic technology will go the way of the dodo. Of course, I am talking about the trusty old headphone jack – 3.5mm one which we all use to connect earphones/headphones and other audio products. Apple is highly rumoured to be getting rid of this port.

Architecting Supply Chain In The Wake Of Digital

company’s Supply Chain is undoubtedly its backbone but a smooth process cannot be taken for granted.

To remain competitive and secure earnings growth, organisations are looking at both process automation and newer technology systems to redefine their Supply Chain.

India Plays Hard To Get As Zuckerberg , Tim Cook, Jack Ma, Nadella Come Calling

Tim Cook started his India tour with an obeisance to Lord Ganesha, the favourite deity of those in trouble, at Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak temple. Cook did not put all his faith in religion alone, he also leaned on India’s other obsessions. The same day, he met the crew of Azhar, a movie loosely based on — talking of obsessions — the life of former cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin.

Bid Adieu To Distracted Driving With Apple Carplay

Announced in March 2014 at the Geneva International Motor Show, Apple CarPlay allows safe usage of iPhone while driving through built-in display of your car. Designed for a hands-free experience, CarPlay allows drivers to make calls, return missed calls, send and read messages, get directions using Apple Maps and listen to music with just a voice command or a touch on the car’s built-in display.

Meet The Love Child Of Hermes And Apple: Apple Watch Hermès

On September 9, 2015, Apple announced a new collection of Apple Watch – Apple Watch Hermès. The collection consists of the Apple Watch in stainless steel case with handcrafted leather straps by Hermès, available in three designs.

Catch Sanchit Vir Gogia talk about MacBook and AppleWatch on NDTV Prime

Watch Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research sharing his insights on Apple’s recently launched Macbook and the iWatch on NDTV Unboxed: Townhall Special.

Catch Sanchit Vir Gogia talk about MacBook and Apple Watch on NDTV Prime

Watch Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research sharing his insights on Apple’s recently launched Macbook and the iWatch on NDTV Unboxed: Townhall Special.

Infosys BPO To Fire More Sr Executives Over Apple Payment issue

Infosys, which had sacked its BPO unit CFO Abraham Mathews, is looking at firing few more senior executives for allegedly overcharging Apple Inc for IT support services.

Apple Fallout: More Executives Likely To Leave Infy

The exit of Infosys BPO unit  CFO Abraham Mathews on Tuesday on charges of violating the code of conduct of the company has further fuelled speculations of a cascading effect on other top executives as well.

Infosys Fired Finance Chief of BPO Unit for Inflating Apple’s Bills

Infosys Technologies fired the chief financial officer of its BPO unit for allegedly overbilling Apple Inc. for IT support services.

Charges Of Over-Billing Apple Cost Infosys BPO’s CFO His Job

Infosys has sacked its BPO unit CFO Abraham Mathews and will fire some others senior executives for allegedly overcharging Apple Inc for IT support services.

Charges Of Over-Billing Apple Cost Infosys BPO’s CFO His Job

Infosys has sacked its BPO unit CFO Abraham Mathews and will fire some others senior executives for allegedly overcharging Apple Inc for IT support services.