Last night, Apple confirmed the launch of its online store in India.
This will be followed by brick-and-mortar retail locations, which will be opening in Mumbai and Bengaluru in the coming months, according to Bloomberg.
Here are other developments.
The app will show messages from both the platforms as well as let users share posts on both at the same time and gain insights into their public reach. The service will also have WhatsApp integration in the future.
Currently, the users of the new OS claim, changing defaults for email and browser are reverted to Apple's apps post reboot. Bummer!
This means if you chose Chrome, you will get Safari after restarting the device.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp has partnered with Common Service Centers (CSC India) and launched a chatbot to promote rural entrepreneurship and digital skills.
Users of the Facebook-owned messaging service can now send a text to 9999189321 and access course modules of several government-led skill development programs, including Digital Beti and the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (PMGDisha).
Among other things, Facebook updated its policies for Groups, saying that if a group is removed for violating policies, its members/administrators will be temporarily unable to create any new groups and that it will not include any health-related groups in its recommendations.
For vaccine, Pfizer, Moderna shared their vaccine trial blueprints in a transparency push, while Russia's Sputnik V was reported to have caused basic side effects like weakness and muscle pain in one out of seven people.
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