For a long time now, Apple has been increasingly dependent on Chinese facilities such as Foxconn, Pegatron, etc., for the manufacturing of its diverse product portfolio. But now, according to a Wall Street Journal report, it looks like the company is slowly looking to diversify its manufacturing plans by telling its suppliers and contract manufacturers to manufacture more in India and Southeast Asia. Continue reading “Apple reportedly focusing on manufacturing hub outside China”
Apple has told its component suppliers that the demand for the iPhone 13 line up has slowed down, reports Bloomberg. It’s a known fact that Apple has drastically cut down the production of iPhone 13 up to 10 million units, down from 90 million due to a global supply crunch. Continue reading “Apple reportedly telling suppliers demand for iPhone has slowed down ahead of holiday season”
Apple launched its flagship iPhone XS and XS Max in September 2018. It’s the time of the year when we start seeing leaks and news regarding the next iPhones and today a piece of news has been leaked regarding the next iPhone models.
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The 2018 iPhone is here and we got our hands on the bigger beast the iPhone Xs Max for an unboxing. Apple has managed to cram in much more into a device which has the same footprint of last years’s iPhone 8 Plus. Until recently India launch of iPhones was plagued with delays but this time, the new iPhones are already up for pre-order here and will be available across the country from today, September 28 at 6PM.
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According to Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty who is a noted Apple analyst, the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone despite being announced in September might not be available for sale until October. The major delay for this is because of the production problems with the innovative backlighting system. Continue reading “Entry-level 6.1-inch LCD iPhone 2018 might be delayed until October: Apple analyst”
Apple will be launching three new iPhones later this year, and rumor mill already started flowing in details, fresh to join the list is the that the 2018 iPhones said to feature both embedded Apple SIM and traditional SIM card tray. Continue reading “Apple’s 2018 iPhones said to feature both embedded Apple SIM and traditional SIM card tray”
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of research firm TF International Securities, today in a fresh research note has detailed more details about the upcoming three new iPhones, 2019 iPhones as well. Furthermore, the company will also introduce redesigned Watch with a larger display, cheaper MacBook Air, iPad with Face ID said to launch later this year. Continue reading “Apple Watch with larger display, cheaper MacBook Air, iPad with Face ID along with 3 iPhones to launch later this year: KGI”
Apple products are well known for the warranty support which comes along with the purchase of the product be it an iPhone, Mac, iPad or iPad. Apple will now honour the warranty for unlocked iPhones even if they have been purchased outside India. This means if you bought your iPhone in the US or any international location and something went wrong, you can approach a authorized service center and get it serviced like it was purchased in India. FoneArena can confirm that warranty for iPhones purchased abroad will be honoured in India. This is big win for consumers as service centers usually turn away consumers for out of country purchases.
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Although the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are just two months old now, we’ve already started hearing rumors and speculations about the next iPhone. While the iPhone 7 Plus features OIS on a single lens, the next-gen iPhone is expected to support Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) on both the camera modules. Continue reading “Apple iPhone 8 dual camera variant could feature dual OIS”
A few days back, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users reported an issue with the phone freezing and becoming unresponsive to touch all of a sudden. Continue reading “Apple launches repair program for iPhone 6 Plus’ multi-touch issue”
Apple is all set to unveil its next iPhone at an event on September 9th, according to BuzzFeed’s John Paczkowski. The company usually introduces its new iPhone models in September. The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus were introduced on September 9th last year. This year Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6s. Continue reading “Apple iPhone event reportedly scheduled for September 9”
Apple just announced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus at an event and we have some interesting information regarding the prices of the iPhone 6 in case you are looking to buy them in the US. While the contract prices start at $199 for the 16GB model , $299 for 64GB version and $399 for the 128GB version, there is a mention of a Contract-free T-Mobile version of the devices as well. We are not sure if these devices are still locked to the operator or unlocked. Still this information gives us a fair idea about how the unlocked versions might be priced. The Contract-free prices start from $649 for the 16GB base version of the iPhone 6.
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Apple iPhone 6 is probably one of the worst kept secrets in the tech industry with the device appearing on numerous occasions. Finally, today, Apple has officially unveiled its latest flagship smartphone – the iPhone 6. Continue reading “Apple officially unveils iPhone 6 with 4.7-inch display, coming September 19”
We’ve been hearing how the Nokia Lumia 520 has been the best selling Windows Phone of all time, but if Microsoft’s recent words are to be believed, Windows Phone, as a platform, is now outshipping iPhone in 24 markets. Before you jump to conclusions, the iPhone is not doomed, because it’s the emerging markets where the 3rd ecosystem is cementing its place, most likely behind Android in the first place. This is a decent achievement for the platform, but tells us more about Nokia rather than Windows Phone, because these markets are clearly influenced by their legacy supply chain, and hence the obvious sales. Microsoft recently floated this fact with TechRadar claiming that it is the fastest growing mobile platform right now.
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