Apple Plans to Sell 2021 in India and Offering Secret Feature on iPhones



It has been reported that Apple is planning to increase sales in the Indian market by 2021. Apple is set to record growth in the Indian market by 2020.

The Apple iOS platform offers some common features such as reminders, notes and calendars for iPhone users. Most of these third party applications are available in the Apple App Store.

Apple to increase sale in India on 2021

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 models were more popular and more popular due to the lower price of models like the iPhone XR. According to data released by India Data Corporation, a leading research firm, the smartphone market in India is expected to grow by Rs.35,000/-  to sales of smartphones priced at Rs.51,000/- are reported to have multiplied.

The main reason for this is said to be the drastic price reduction and offers for the iPhone XR and iPhone 11 models. Also in October, the premium market recorded a growth of 16 %. Apple is leading in 49 out of 50 cities in India.

Apple’s astounding growth in the Indian market is said to be mainly due to the release of the iPhone 11 and 12, the release of the iPhone SE2 and the price cuts announced for the iPhones launched last year. In that sense, the year 2021 Apple is expected to release new offers and announcements targeting not only Apple lovers but also mid-premium customers.

iPhones Hidden Feature’s

Most iPhone users fail to enable hidden features in their model. Recent reports suggest that there may be a hidden feature in the iPhone calculator app.

Accordingly the science calculator mode is hidden in the calculator app and provided secretly. However, users need to go to the calculator app and activate it. When you open the calculator app on the iPhone, you need to place the phone in a horizontal position.

In doing so the ordinary calculator app becomes a calculator full of scientific features. Maybe those who have turned off the tilt feature on the iPhone should turn off the Portrait Orientation Lock feature from the Control Center.

Mohan Subramanian

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