Apple chief Cook unveils app design centre in India
Eastern Eye Staff
Apple chief executive Tim Cook announced on Wednesday a new app design centre in India as he kicked off his first visit to the Asian giant seeking to tap into its roll-out of 4G networks. Cook landed in the Indian financial capital Mumbai shortly before midnight on Tuesday by private jet from China, where he made a $1 billion (£685 million) announcement. After an early morning visit to a Hindu temple in Mumbai, Cook announced the US technology behemoth was planning to build the app design facility in the southern city of Bangalore. “India is home to one of the…
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