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The Biggest Thing To Unhappen

Bookings for the Freedom251 phone restarted and quickly notched up to 30,000. Soon Ringing Bells rang in Rs 87 lakh. It is now thought that the company will deliver at least some phones in a bid to protect themselves.

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai Backs Apple In Battle Over Unlocking Terrorist's iPhone

Backing Apple in its battle with FBI, the Indian-American CEO says forcing companies to enable hacking could compromise user's privacy

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Alphabet Overtakes Apple In Market Value - For Now

A look at the most bullish price targets on the companies' shares shows that Alphabet is expected to be valued at $734 billion in the next 12 months, while Apple could hit $1.10 trillion - making it the first publicly listed company ever to be worth more than $1 trillion

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With China Weakening, Apple Turns To India

In an earnings call in which the company reported meager iPhone growth and forecast its first revenue drop in 13 years, the Indian market stood out as a rare bright spot for Apple

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Apple Set For Slowest Ever iPhone Sales Growth

The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, which boasted record weekend sales when they launched in September, are now facing weak demand

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Apple Seeks Permission To Open Retail Stores In India

Apple at present Apple does not have any wholly-owned stores in the country and has relied on selling its products via distributors and authorised resellers.

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Apple Puts To Rest Rumours That It Is Developing An iOS To Android Migration Tool

Apple’s ecosystem has often been criticised for making migration to other operation systems near impossible by tying up user data within its parameters and making export difficult.

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Apple Expected To Cut iPhone 6S, 6S Plus Production

As inventories of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have piled up since they were launched last September, production will be scaled back to let dealers go through their current stock, the Nikkei business daily reported

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