Apple is planning to kick start its first manufacturing plant in India by initially assembling 3 – 4 lakh units of its iPhone SE model.
This week’s update to Facebook for Android, iPhone and iPad makes videos in News Feed to play with their sound on by default.
A judge in Amsterdam has ruled in favor of a customer who sued Apple for refusing to replace her broken iPhone 6 plus with a new model.
California Institute of Technology (CalTech) has filed a suit against Apple and Broadcom for allegedly using its Wi-Fi patents in their products.
Apple has launched its “Trade Up with Installments” plan in France, Italy, and Spain that allows customers to trade their old smartphone for new iPhone.
Google has finally updated its Hangouts for iOS with a native iOS share extension alongside support for Low Power Mode for iPhone and iPad.
Department of Justice have got hold of the passcode for the New York drug dealer’s iPhone and withdrawn their request to have Apple unlock the iPhone.
In a security conference in London, FBI director James Comey revealed that the FBI paid more than $1 million to unlock San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone 5c.
Microsoft has launched its new experimental Hub Keyboard for iPhone. This new keyboard centralizes many tasks, so you do not have to switch apps as often.
FBI has hired an Israeli firm called Cellebrite to hack into the iPhone 5c of the San Bernardino shooter for a contract of $15,278.