Apple has changed the basic design of the Mac and replaced some of the original icons in its latest update.
Apple has also borrowed a design upgrade from the iPhone and bought in a Control Centre and a Notification Centre to change the basic look.
Tests conducted on the OS before release, has revealed that the OS is bypassing the firewall and this could be a considered a bug.
The Indian Government’s committee has now announced that it will exempt Apple from sourcing norms under the ‘state of art tech’ category. This move will allow the US based company to open single-brand retail stores in India.
The legal tussle for the US tech giant commenced after software company Vyooh moved to court saying that it had developed a software Splitview in 2006 which allows users to simultaneously work on multiple windows on a single computer screen and Apple also recently launched an identical feature with the same name.
3.3 mn premium smartphones were shipped in 2015, of the total 96.4 mn. This accounted for 3.4% of the total Smartphone shipments, said Cyber Media Research. 53% growth registered in Premium Segment Smartphones through 2015. 13% of the devices were shipped with the latest version of the OS.
After USA, Apple is set to open its first technology centre in Hyderabad and is expected to spend $25 million which will help the company develop maps and make them available in its iPhones and Mac systems. The technology centre will create 4500 jobs in the state.
The company is also planning to set up a facility which will renovate used mobiles shipped from China. TRC last year had turned down a similar proposition from Apple citing that it would only add on to the country’s e-waste. No business plan has been revealed by the company.
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