IPhone X Plagued by Incoming Call Bug

06 February, 2018, 14:00 | Author: Darrell Baldwin
  • IPhone X Plagued by Incoming Call Bug

Apple increased the price in India of its iPhones. Nevertheless, it is uncertain if these customers will remain loyal to Apple given that they are under investigation for deliberately impairing the performance of older iPhone handsets. Taiwanese contract manufacturer Wistron makes iPhone SE for Apple as semi-knocked down units at a Karnataka-based facility.

On February 1, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that customs duty on mobile phone import will be increased from 15% to 20%. Another wrote, "I can often not see an incoming call coming, can only hear it!" Before that, Apple addressed an issue that caused the iPhone X to freeze up in cold temperatures and fielded complaints about display issues.

The maximum retail price (MRP) of the 256GB version of iPhone X has been raised by Rs 3,210 to Rs 1,08,930. The 64GB variant will now be available at Rs 95,390 instead of Rs 92,430. The cameras on the phone have been tuned for seamless augmented reality experience. The iPhone 8, on the other hand, is now priced at Rs 67,940 (before Rs 66,120) for 32GB and Rs 81,500 (before Rs 79420) for 128GB.

Starting with the iPhone 6 32GB, the new price has been fixed at Rs 31,900, with an increase of 3.6%.




This isn't the only problem that has faced iPhone X users. It is said that there will be a 6.1-inch LCD device as well as two OLED devices, one at 6.3 inches and another at 5.8 inches.

Both the iPhone 8 Plus models have experienced a 2.8% price hike. The larger iPhone 7 Plus has its price increased from Rs. 61,060 to Rs. 62,840 for the 32 GB model, and Rs. 70,180 to Rs.72,060 for the 128GB model. This is not really the first fix program we've seen for different iPhone issues, which have as of late included battery issues (that went before the product refresh that backed off influenced telephones) for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus "touch disease".

The Apple Watch will also be costlier by roughly 7.9%, as customs duty on smartwatches and wearables too have been hiked in the Budget.

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