Airtel subscribers in Bangalore who also own an iPhone 5S/5C, will receive the first 4G mobile services in India.
Apple is planning to resume production of the iPhone 4 (price ~ Rs 20,000), to battle Samsung with a cheaper phone in markets such as India, Indonesia and Brazil.
Online city guide, TimesCity* has released an updated version of its mobile app for iPhones and Android.
While most of analysts/bloggers are right about Reliance’s offer being not so great (given their network coverage, lack of support), the consumer is (probably) looking at what Reliance is selling (or marketing)
Bharti Airtel and Reliance Communications has announced that they will be offering the new Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 5c to customers from November 1st, just in time for Diwali. Airtel has already started taking pre-registrations for the devices at its retail stores.
Sale of iPhone 5S in India will start from November 1st along with the iPhone 5C. Apple is set to introduce its new iPhone range in a set of 25 new countries starting October 25th, but India is not one of them. India is a part of the 12 countries Apple plans to release the product on November 1st.
Apple iPhone 5C price in India is close to Rs. 55999 (an eBay seller is selling at this price).
BlackBerry will begin rolling out the once popular BlackBerry Messenger for Android and iPhone customers around the world from September 21.
The fingerprint sensors on the new iPhone, can be game changing for India, which has built the world’s largest biometric database of residents.
Announcing that it will ship its 700 millionth iOS device next month, Apple took the covers of the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s, a first where Apple revealed two new devices at the same time.