No more strange bugs: Apple’s iOS 13.2.3 fixes downloading issues, search problems and more
iOS 13.2.3 fixes bugs in Mail, Files, Photos apps and more.
Phone makers seek clarity on export duty relief scheme
Key executives from electronics makers that are among the top manufacturers of mobile phones will meet Niti Aayog officials this week and seek details on the quantum of benefits, its time period, and the category of companies that will get the incentives.
Apple prices crashed in Kashmir after market intervention by Nafed, says Raju Shetty
"Farmers had to wait for 10 to 12 days for their turn to sell to Nafed, which rejected or offered lower prices on various grounds. Nafed could transport apples out of the valley only after loading 400 to 500 trucks as army army could extend protection to only a big convoy. This heavy arrival in markets led to fall of apple prices," said Shetty.
Wish to join health studies? Apple has something in Store for you
Users can also control the type of data they wish to share with each study.
Declare apple crisis in Kashmir Valley as nation calamity, demands AIKSCC
The delegation noted that horticulture, which is the backbone of the state's economy, has suffered a double thrashing this season. Just when a good crop had given the farmers hopes for a recovery from last year's losses, the political turmoil since 5th of August has badly affected the transportation industry and procurement market.
'Make in India' hub Noida to churn over 30 crore mobiles in 5 years
In 2014, India had just 2 mobile phone manufacturing units. But now it has 268 manufacturing units.
Elizabeth Warren slams Goldman over Apple Card bias furor
Warren said in an interview from Concord, New Hampshire. “Sorry guys, that’s not how it works.” The flashy new partnership between Apple and Goldman Sachs has been embroiled in controversy in recent days after Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak highlighted unequal treatment in how the card handed out credit lines, sparking a probe by a New York regulator.
Apple bans all vaping-related apps from Store, cites raising health concerns
Apple has pulled 181 vaping-related apps from the App Store worldwide.
A good gesture by Apple: Tech giant launches app to let users enroll in health studies
People who download the research app will be able to enroll in studies and contribute health-related data.
No more disturbance: Apple AirPods Pro with active noise-cancellation now in India at Rs 24,900; here’s all you need to know
AirPods Pro come with Adaptive EQ, Transparency Mode and 18 hours of talk time.
SoftBank's second Vision Fund is starting life with a mere $2 billion
So far, it is unclear whether there are any outside investors in the second fund. The original Vision Fund was announced in October 2016, but took another seven months for its first major closing with $93 billion in commitments.
Apple tops India premium segment with 51.3% share in Q3: IDC
Maintaining its growth trajectory in the highly-congested premium smartphone segment in India, Apple garnered 51.3 per cent share in the Rs 35,000 and above price segment in the third quarter that ended on September 30.
Viral tweet about Apple Card leads to Goldman Sachs probe
A Wall Street regulator is opening a probe into Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s credit card practices after a viral tweet from a tech entrepreneur alleged gender discrimination in the new Apple Card’s algorithms when determining credit limits. American businessman David Heinemeier Hansson had tweeted on Thursday that the Apple Card is a "sexist program."
More Indians, including diaspora, heading to Ireland
Ireland enables free access to the EU. Further, on acquiring Irish citizenship under the ‘Common Travel Area Agreement’ between Ireland and UK, individuals can live and work in the UK without requiring any further visa or work permit. This makes Ireland the only country in the world, whose citizens have free access to all EU countries and the UK.
Steve Wozniak joins 'sexist' Apple Card debate; says it gave wife lower credit limit
The Apple co-founder joined entrepreneur David Heinemeier Hansson in slamming the algorithm, on Twitter.
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