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The Apple Inc. logo is displayed at one of the company's stores in Hong Kong | Anthony Kwan/Bloomberg

What to watch today at Apple’s first major product launch event of 2020

Apple is set to debut a new Apple Watch with a faster processor, and a low-end version of it, along with a new iPad. No new iPhone for now.
Attendees view the Apple Inc. iPhone 11 after an event in Cupertino, California, U.S. | Photographer: David Paul Morris | Bloomberg

iPhone makers to be among winners of Modi govt’s $6.6 billion ‘Make in India’ stimulus plan

iPhone makers Foxconn, Wistron, Pegatron are among the mobile manufacturers expected to be named winners for stimulus after cabinet meeting Wednesday.
Attendees view the Apple Inc. iPhone 11 after an event in Cupertino, California, U.S. | Photographer: David Paul Morris | Bloomberg

What Covid? Apple is confident of selling 75 million 5G iPhones later this year

Apple plans to launch four new iPhone models in October with 5G wireless speeds, a different design and a wider choice of screen sizes.
Attendees view the Apple Inc. iPhone 11 after an event in Cupertino, California, U.S. | Photographer: David Paul Morris | Bloomberg

Apple to let iPhones use contact tracing without installing app

The new system lets users opt-in to the Covid-19 Exposure Notifications system without the need to download an app.
Attendees view the Apple Inc. iPhone 11 after an event in Cupertino, California, U.S. | Photographer: David Paul Morris | Bloomberg

China’s days as world’s factory are over, Taiwanese iPhone maker Foxconn says

US-China trade war is finishing China’s time as factory to the world & Foxconn is adding more capacity in other countries, chairman Liu said.
Attendees view the Apple Inc. iPhone 11 after an event in Cupertino, California, U.S. | Photographer: David Paul Morris | Bloomberg

Apple & Samsung’s assembly partners pledge Rs 11,000 crore investment in India

Foxconn & Wistron are among firms picked to make smartphones under a new government plan that’s aimed at encouraging global companies to shift manufacturing beyond China.
TikTok logo | Shiho Fukada | Bloomberg

TikTok caught spying on iPhone users in India and around the world

TikTok claimed in April that it would stop the ‘invasive practice’, but users testing Apple’s upcoming iOS 14 have caught it copying from clipboard functions.
An iPhone XR

Apple’s iOS 14 update to come with redesigned iPhone home screen, translation app & more

Apple Inc. will make the most drastic changes to the iPhone home screen since its release in 2007 as part of a software update expected later this year.
The budget-friendly iPhone SE launched by Apple. Photo | YouTube

Apple launches new cheap iPhone to boost sales ahead of 5G model

The launch of new iPhone SE shows Apple’s supply chain in China has returned to a place of some normalcy amid the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Attendees take photographs of the Apple Inc. HomePod speakers | Bloomberg

Apple plans to design next iPhone like an iPad

The highest-end new iPhone is set to have a screen slightly larger than the 6.5-inch panel on the iPhone 11 Pro Max.

On Camera

A Bhartiya Kisan Union member protests against three ordinances passed by the Centre, in Sri Muktsar Sahib | PTI

The disappearance of ‘samanvaye’ from Indian politics 

Farmers today are facing what students, Muslims and Kashmiris have just faced: unilateral policymaking that does not believe in creating consensus. 
A Delhi homeguard conducts a thermal screening of passengers at a bus stop during the Covid-19 lockdown

Large population, reforms to help India overcome virus woes, says former White House official

Todd Buchholz, the former White House director of economic policy, said PM Modi is viewed favorably by global investors and investments should gather pace once the pandemic eases.

Defence

Representational image of Army personnel during an encounter in Shopian | File photo: ANI

Army inquiry finds troops violated AFSPA powers in Shopian encounter, initiates proceedings

In a statement, Army said authority directed to initiate disciplinary proceedings under the Army Act after inquiry indicated that powers vested under AFSPA 1990 were exceeded.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Why India’s triple crisis needs Modi to de-escalate & disengage from divisive politics at home

Covid, China and economy are intense, intertwined crises that need political space and confidence. Responsibility to create them doesn’t lie with opposition.