Roundup of Apple’s WorldWide Developers Conference 2014 press event is here.

We attended Apple’s Worldwide Conference 2014 at San Fransisco, saw launch of new OS X Yosemite for Mac and iOS 8 for iPhone, iPad devices. Both are available in beta version for developers and will be available to public this summer.

MAC OS X Yosemite

MAC OS X Yosemite

Apple also introduced its latest employee Dr. Dre at press conference, along with new improved features for OS X Yosemite including new display of apps, iCalendar, Today time notifications, new Email and lots more.

iOS 8 new features

iOS 8 new features

For iOS 8, launch of Swift new Apps programming language, Healthbook app, TestFlight for developers to test apps in live environment, advance features for App store and lots more coming your way.

Some key points of press conference are –

Apple was in news for acquiring Beats , Beats Electronics is an American producer of audio products and equipment, operates a music streaming service, Beats Music. Apple acquired Beats for $2.5 Billion dollars as per sources. Call  made to Dr. Dre and was introduced as Apple’s latest employee. Beats is owned by Dr. Dre, he is an American record producer, rapper and entrepreneur.

Apple says, In terms of Multi-Tab browser energy efficiency, the new Safari browser deliver 6.5x times more performance than most commonly used browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

iCloud Drive is a cloud-based storage facility for all kinds of files, and once stored there the files can be accessed by iPads, iPhones, or any other iOS device. You can now send upload attachments of up to 5 gigabytes in size. Isn’t that amazing, that is some serious competition to Google’s Drive. Also iCloud App will be available for Windows users.

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Apple launches the new iPhones 5s & 5C in India today.

iPhone 5S comes with TouchID and new A7 chip

iPhone 5S comes with TouchID and new A7 chip

The new iPhone 5S & 5C  launches across stores in India today. So what are you waiting for,  this Diwali get your hands on the new iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C at zero upfront cost and monthly charges.

iPhone 5C comes in wide range of colors

iPhone 5C comes in wide range of colors

Telecom Operator Reliance Communications are offering the new iPhones at zero upfront cost with fixed monthly charges under a 2 year contract.

Under the contract, the 16 GB version of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C will be available for a monthly fee of Rs. 2500 for iPhone 5C and Rs. 2800 for iPhone 5S. The consumers will get unlimited voice calls, SMS & 3G data. You cannot switch your telecom operator till contract expires.

The 32GB and 64 GB versions will come at upfront cost of Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 18,000 respectively along with same monthly payment. The non contract costs for 16 GB iPhone 5S is Rs. 53,500 and iPhone 5C is Rs. 41,900.

The iPhone 5S is available for Rs. 53,500 for 16 GB model, Rs. 62,500 for 32 GB model and Rs. 71,500 for 64 GB model. The iPhone 5C is available for Rs. 41,900 for 16 GB model, Rs. 53,500 for 32 GB

The iPhone 5S comes with new TouchID for unlocking, new A7 64-bit chip processor, M7 motion processor and new 8MP iSight camera. The iPhone 5C supposedly a budget iPhone comes in various colors with well crafted plastic body  in wide range of colors and covers to match with.

So would you buy the new iPhones 5S & iPhone 5C with RCOM contract or buy for actual price?

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