Tech Wrap: iPhone 12 goes on sale in India, RIL announces Q2 2020 results
More tech news includes Samsung rolling out SmartThings Find service and PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite to stop working in India starting October 30.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Reliance Industries and Apple announced their quarterly earnings report for the financial quarter ending in September, on the other hand, Apple's iPhone 12 Pro went on sale in India. In addition to that, Samsung rolled out its SmartThings Find service globally.
So, here's everything that happened in tech today:
Reliance Jio announces quarterly earnings report for Q2 2020
Reliance Industries today announced the quarterly results for the second quarter of 2020, wherein the company announced it had earned a profit of ₹2,844 crores in the quarter that ended on September 30.
Samsung rolls out SmartThings Find service
Samsung today rolled out its SmartThings Find service globally. This service enables Galaxy smartphone users to find other Galaxy devices such as smartwatches and earbuds and it is available on smartphones and tablets running on Android 8 or newer version of Android OS.
iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro go on Sale in India
Apple's newly launched iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro went on sale in India today. While the iPhone 12 has comes at a starting price of ₹79,900, the iPhone 12 Pro comes at a starting price of ₹1,29,900.
Apple announces quarterly earnings report for Q4 2020
Apple announced its fourth quarter earnings earlier today wherein the company announced that opening its online store in India have helped the iPhone maker's sales.
PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite to stop working in India from October 30
PUBG Mobile was banned in India last month. However, the game could still be played for those who had it installed on their phones. But starting today, players in India will no longer be able to play the game in India.