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Sanjay Kaul will lead Apple's operations in India

Apple has crossed $1 billion in revenue from India recently. While the company has a vision for the Indian market, it has been on the lookout for a country head following the departure of Maneesh Dhir this year. That search has come to an end, Sanjay Kaul will lead the way for Apple in India.

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India can tackle iPhone encryption, says country's telecom minister

India's telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that the country is looking to "implement solutions" that deal with the "challenges" of encryption in the form of a mobile forensic tool.

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Uber's Paytm integration will let you pay for your ride abroad in rupees

If you use Uber in india, you know that the only form of payment currently accepted is Paytm. While it's convenient to use the wallet in the country, it doesn't work outside of India. That's all set to change soon, as Paytm announced that the service will be integrated into Uber on a global scale.

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Indian government rejects Apple's bid to import and sell used iPhones

Apple's request to be able to import and sell refurbished iPhones in India has been rejected by the country's government.

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Apple one step closer to opening retail stores in India

Apple is getting closer to its bid to open retail stores in India. According to India's foreign direct investment norms, foreign brands undertaking single-brand license — which allows them to set up retail stores and sell products directly to customers — must source 30% of the materials locally.

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iPhone sales up 56% in India as Tim Cook reiterates commitment to the country

During Apple's Q2 2016 earnings call, Tim Cook offered details on the vendor's performance in the Indian market, stating that iPhone sales were up by 56% from a year ago.

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Indian government mandates panic button on all iPhones sold in the country from 2017

The Indian government has announced that all iPhones sold in the country from January 1, 2017 should come with a panic button that will allow anyone in need the ability to contact authorities with a single key. Built-in GPS is also a mandatory feature in phones going on sale next year.

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India's Hotstar offers same-day broadcasts of Game of Thrones and more for ₹199 a month

India's content streaming service Hotstar is taking on Netflix in the country by launching a premium subscription service that lets you watch same-day broadcasts of popular U.S. TV shows in high-definition. The announcement comes as season six of Game of Thrones kicked off last night.

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Apple increases prices of iPhone 6, 6s by as much as 29% in India

Apple is having a tough time selling the iPhone SE in the Indian market. A major reason for sluggish sales is due to the cost of the handset, which is higher than the price of a 16GB iPhone 6. Apple's looking to rectify the situation by raising the prices of the iPhone 6.

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India's video-on-demand service Spuul is now on Apple TV

Spuul is an Indian video-on-demand platform that serves regional content to over 12 million customers. The service offers over 10,000 movies, and lets you download content for offline viewing. As of today, you'll be able to enjoy Spuul's catalog directly from your Apple TV.

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