While Apple is still in discussion with the Indian government on setting up an iPhone manufacturing unit in the country, the Cupertino company has already gone ahead and signed Wistron to become its first OEM to set up a factory in the country.
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After months of investigation since it pulled the Galaxy Note 7 from sale, Samsung today detailed the cause behind the handset catching fire. The investigation was carried out by Samsung’s own high-level engineers and three other third-party investigators: UL, Exponent, and TUV Rheinland AG.
One of the most common complaints with the AirPods from iPhone owners is that they randomly disconnect and reconnect while on a call. Now, MacRumors reports that Apple is now looking into a possible fix for the problem.
In an annual year-end party, Foxconn’s chairman Terry Gou reportedly said that the company is mulling an investment of $7 billion with Apple to set up a highly automated display facility in the United States.
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As per a survey conducted by research firm Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), more consumers are increasingly preferring the larger iPhone 7 Plus over the iPhone 7 in the United States. The survey polled 500 U.S. consumers who purchased an iPhone between October-December.
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A day after Apple sued Qualcomm to the tune of $1 billion over a variety of patent loyalties, the chip maker has issued a statement calling Apple’s claim “baseless.” Qualcomm says that Apple has “intentionally mischaracterized” the agreements and negotiations between the two companies.