Tech Wrap: Made in India iPhone 12, Google Maps update and more
More tech news includes Zoom arriving on Facebook Portal, and smart displays by Amazon and Google and Instagram rolling out QR codes to its users globally.
It was an eventful day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Google launched its Kormo app in India and on the other hand, Google Maps rolled out a major upgrade to its users across the globe. In addition to that, we also got to know about Apple's plans of manufacturing iPhone 12 in India.
So here's everything that made headlines in the world of tech today:
Zoom arrives on Portal, Nest Hub Max, Echo Show
Zoom on Wednesday announced that its Zoom from Home service will arrive on Facebook in September and on Amazon Echo Show smart displays and Google Nest Hub Max smart display later this year.
Apple may unveil ‘Made-in-India' iPhone 12
Apple is planning to assemble iPhone 12 series smartphones in India starting mid-2021. Apple supplier Wistron will start production of the new iPhones at the company's Narasapura plant near Bengaluru.
Google launches Kormo Jobs app
Google on Wednesday launched Kormo Jobs app in India. Google had first introduced a job search platform as a Spot on Google Pay. Now, the company has rebranded the platform and launched it as a separate job search site in India.
Instagram QR codes launched
Instagram today rolled out its QR Codes feature to users across the globe. This feature will enable users to find and follow a profile easily.
Google Maps update
Google today rolled out a major update to its Maps platform. The update will give a more realistic representation of a location. The company will start rolling out the detailed street maps in London, New York, and San Francisco in the coming months.
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