Daily Archives: July 4, 2020

Microsoft Stores are dead – now’s the time to stop copying Apple

[ad_1] Microsoft’s recent announcement that it was closing pretty much all of its Microsoft Store retail outlets (save for a couple of ‘Experience Centers’) is a sad, but not surprising, move.  During the Covid-19 pandemic we’ve seen a large number of bricks-and-mortar stores collapse, and if established stores that were …

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What can the iPhone SE (2020) tell us about the iPhone 12?

[ad_1] The iPhone SE (2020) was one of the more surprising smartphone launches this year. Rumors of a follow-up to the ‘affordable iPhone’ had been circulating since the launch of the original iPhone SE back in 2016, so its successor finally arriving four years later certainly piqued the interest of …

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iPhone production in India gets back on track as government relents

[ad_1] The rigorous customs clearance processes rolled out following India’s border skirmish with China adversely affected production of iPhones in India for more than a week. Foxconn, one of Apple’s contract manufacturers, now confirms that delays in  customs clearances for components have eased and production has normalized.  In a statement, …

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