Currently, all Apple products in India are sold by a network of third-party retailers and specializes shops, but the company reportedly wants to turn things around and has come up with a plan to increase its minuscule share of the Indian smartphone market.
Apple to bring the cellular version of its latest smartwatch to customers in Denmark, Sweden and India net month on May 11, with pre-orders starting on May 4. The Cupertino technology giant will also expand availability of these cellular watches to more countries later this year.
While iPhone 6s Plus may seem outdated by today’s standards, it accounted for an estimated one-third of Apple’s smartphone sales in India last year. The company could reduce production cost of iPhone 6s Plus by five to seven percent with local manufacturing.
Facebook employees have been dogfooding WhatsApp’s peer-to-peer payments feature in India, where the app has a large user base of 200 million people. If the trial is successful, WhatsApp is likely to bring this feature to all users.