At its event at the new Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park, Apple launched the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus as successors to the current iPhone 7 series, as well as a brand new iPhone X. All three phones feature the new A11 Bionic processor. from Apple and will be available in 64GB and 256GB storage variants. The big change in the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus is the new glass back, support for wireless charging, True Tone display, 4K video recording at 60 fps, and the iPhone 8 Plus portrait lighting feature.

The iPhone X has an all-new design with a borderless 5.8-inch OLED display, dual stabilized rear camera sensors, and a Face ID facial recognition system for security. The TrueDepth front camera system includes a dot projector, which projects over 30,000 infrared dots to map out the contours of your Face, which should make it hard to spoof. It also allows users to create fun animated emojis called Animojis to share via the messaging app.

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The iPhone 8 starts at Rs. 64,000 while the 8 Plus starts at Rs. 73,000 and will be available in India from September 29. The iPhone X starts at Rs. 89,000 and will be available from November 3 in India. Not sure which iPhone is right for you? Maybe our podcast can help clear that up.

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Official prices of existing iPhones are down, but iPad Pro prices are up. With the arrival of new iPhones, Apple’s existing lineup gets a price adjustment. The iPhone 7 will be priced at Rs. 7,200 price drop, with the entry-level model now starting at Rs. 49,000, and the iPhone 7 Plus gets an Rs. 8,300 price cut, starting at a new price of Rs. 59,000. The iPhone 6s is also getting a price cut, starting at Rs. 40,000, while the 6s Plus gets a revised cost of Rs. 49000. The iPhone SE is also getting a price drop of $50 (about Rs. 3,200) in the US, but Apple has not cut its price in India.

Apple has also quietly increased the price of the iPad Pro models in India by a whopping Rs. 6,000 and discontinued the (Product) Red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models. We have all the new pricing details for the different iPad Pro (Review) variants on Gadgets 360.

WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton leaves company Messaging WhatsApp says goodbye to co-founder Brian Acton as he leaves the team to pursue a nonprofit organization “at the intersection of nonprofit, technology and communications”. Acton, a Stanford alumnus, worked at Yahoo before starting WhatsApp with Jan Koum in 2009. According to Forbes, his net worth, courtesy of the WhatsApp-Facebook deal, is $6.5 billion (approximately Rs. 41,610 crores).

Vodafone India launches new unlimited calling and data plan for 18 countries. International travelers have something to be happy about as Vodafone India launched an unlimited global plan in the UK and Europe for Rs. 180 a day. The company statement said that in addition to Europe, travelers could also get unlimited calls and data in the US, UAE, Singapore, and Malaysia with the same package, bringing the total number of “unlimited” countries to 18.

Google Translate gets offline translations, conversation mode in IndiaGoogle is constantly improving its Translate app, and now the search giant has announced an update that allows users in Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu to use offline translations and get instant translations. Visual translation into their preferred language. All announced features that were already available in Hindi on the Google Translate app and started rolling out in the additional Indian languages ​​on both Android and iOS.

Airtel Accuses Reliance Jio of ‘Sinister Campaign’ inflated numbers. Bharti Airtel said RJio included gross MoUs (minutes of use) rather than net MoUs and also took into account calls within the Airtel network when calculating the IUC.

Huawei Watch 2 launched in three variants in IndiaNeed, an Android alternative to the Apple Watch Series 3. It looks like Huawei has you covered. The company has finally launched the Huawei Watch 2 in India. It comes in three variants – Sport (Bluetooth), priced at Rs. 20,999; Classic (Bluetooth), priced at Rs. 25,999;, and Sports (4G), priced at Rs. 29,999. The Huawei Watch 2 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and runs on the Android Wear 2.0 platform. The company said in the release that company said in the release that the Huawei Watch 2 variant with 4G support allows users to send messages or make calls without needing a smartphone.

Facebook removes Instant Articles from MessengerFacebook made some changes to its Messenger app. Instant Articles, Facebook’s fast-loading article format, will be removed from Messenger, although the News Feed feature will continue to work in the Facebook app. “As we continue to refine and improve Instant Articles to have the greatest impact on people and publishers, we will focus our investment in Instant Articles in the core Facebook app and will no longer offer Instant Articles in Messenger,” said one Facebook spokesperson. It was quoted as follows.

Twitter announces more than 35 deals for premium video content in the Asia-Pacific Microblogging platform. Onit has signed,ed more than 35 partnerships in the Asia-Pacific region for premium video content. These collaborations will help bring hundreds of hours of new exclusive videos and live original programming, live games, and events to the platform, Twitter said in a statement. The announcement also includes extensions to existing global live deals, it added.


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