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iTunes coming to the Windows Store soon...

Microsoft's Build conference is taking place this week. At the conference yesterday, they announced that Apple's iTunes will be coming soon to the Windows Store...

iTunes is Apple's music application that changed the music industry when it was announced because of its online music store. This allowed users to buy and listen to music online.

iTunes is available for macOS and Windows : Learn more about iTunes

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Apple has started production of iPhone SE in India. Shipping later in May.

This post is taken from 9to5Mac.

In the US, the iPhone SE sells in two flavors, a 32 GB and 128 GB model for $399 and $499 respectively. Third-party Indian resellers already undercut that price point, selling iPhone SE around the $320 mark.
Apple was effectively forced into setting up domestic manufacturing in order to launch Indian retail stores, as India laws state that companies wanting a retail presence must source at least 30% of their goods locally.
According to the Wall Street Journal, government officials hope to see the India iPhone SE sell for even less in its home country.

There are obviously some cost savings for Apple to take advantage of by producing domestically and local government reportedly believes Apple could sell its iPhone for as low as $220 (converted to Indian currency). Apple typically does not like to price its devices differently based on region, however, so final pricing is unknown.
However, Apple may be more lenient with its pricing in order to capture markets…

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Apple announces iPad that starts at only $329, replaces iPad Air 2

Apple announced a new affordable iPad, that starts only at $329. It replaces the almost 3 year-old iPad Air 2.

This new iPad comes with some major improvements. These include a new faster A9 processor, a new 9.7 Retina display etc.

This iPad starts to ship on 24th March, which is this upcoming Friday.

Learn more on Apple's website here.

Apple unveils Product(RED) iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

Product(RED) is a fundraising campaign that raises money for research into AIDS. Apple has a number of Product(RED) products, such as Apple Watch Bands and various iPods.

A new addition to this family was just released a few hours ago on Apple's online store. It is a new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

The new (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 goes on sale worldwide beginning this Friday, March 24.
The phone will start shipping by the end of March in the United States and more than 40 countries and regions, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates. Brazil, Chile, Colombia, India, Turkey and other countries will follow in April. Learn more on Apple's website here.

Apple announces WWDC 2017, where the next versions of iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS will be announced.

Every year, Apple hosts its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. This year is no exception. Apple has unveiled that WWDC will take place on June 5th.

The usual place where WWDC takes place is Moscone Center in San Francisco. But it currently under renovation. Hence, it will take place in its original home, McEnery Convention Center, San Jose. This is where WWDC took place until 2002.

The poster on the Apple WWDC website has a quote by Steve Jobs:

The tickets will cost $1500.
WWDC is when thousands of developers get together to see Apple unveil its next versions of its line of software.  Learn More on Apple's WWDC website. (The link will open in a new window when clicked) Can't wait!