Smartphone growth and penetration is simply taking off in India, more and more banks are offering different services that allow customers to perform actions, like transactions and checking their account statements from their mobile devices; like the Apple Watch. Read more
In recent news, the California based company has plans on increasing or expanding their retail footprint. This operation will start with Apple’s fifth Indian partnership Optiemus Group. Read more
Tuesday, a report claimed Apple has returned to production the discontinued iiPhone 4 for specific developing markets. Read more
It’s not just Stateside brick and mortar retailers offering buyback programs for iPhone handsets. Over in India, retailers are offering buybacks for older Apple handsets to put toward iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C smartphones.
The Cupertino, California company has officially released the iPhone 4S to the far east country of India, giving smartphone aficionados a chance to get their hands on the old handset. Read more
The Cupertino, California company who popularized the smartphone market is trying to revolutionize developing markets by finding a price that still nets them massive profits while fitting the needs of sellers.
The sales game is a dangerous, competitive, unforgiving game of market dominance and product prestige. The players are all-in to win the prize of market share and unbridled profit. In India, Apple’s iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C have snuck up on Samsung and usurped the coveted prize of the sales charts. Read more
Do you live in India and you want an iPhone 5S? Specifically, a gold iPhone 5S? Well, you’re fresh out of luck because India is fresh out of iPhone 5S smartphones.
Originally, everyone assumed Apple designed the iPhone 5C as the poor man’s iPhone 5; that the company was going for those living in poverty and lower bracket of society with a cheap plastic smartphone. Well, turns out that the assumption was wrong.
Reliance Communications has announced that it will begin subsidizing the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C in India on a two year contract. Read more