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    Top Headlines 30th July : 5g spectrum Auction, and others

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    4th Day of Auction of 5G Spectrum.

    The 5G spectrum auction aspires to provide users with an experience of ultra high-speed Internet services. The 5G spectrum offers lag-free connectivity and 10 times faster speeds than the current 4G network.

    After three days of bidding, the 5G spectrum auction entered its fourth day on Friday.After seven rounds of bidding, Rs 231.6 crore finally came in on Friday.So far, there have been 23 rounds of bidding. In the past 16 rounds, the bid was worth around Rs 1,49,623 crore, said Telecom Minister, Ashwini Vaishnaw.

    There billionaire competing to rule over 5G spectrum. This include Mukesh Ambani Reliance Jio, Sunil Bharti Mittal’s Airtel, Vodafone Idea, and Gautam Adani’s associates of “Adani Enterprises.”

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    BGMI seems to be banned in India again.

    It looks like BGMI, the new version of Pubg, is banned in India. The BGMI game has been verified to be removed from both the Google Play store and the Apple App Store. Inspite of the fact that there hasn’t been an official statement from the IT ministry as of yet. Additionally confirming the situation, Krafton stated, “We’re clarifying how BGMI was removed from Google Play and the App store. We will let you know as soon as we have specific facts.

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    “IANS was stated that the developer has been sent a copy of the notice and clearly stating that the application is removed from Google Play Store till further notice or announcement.

    Though the game is removed from playstore ,you can play it if you BGMI on your phone. BGoogle has publicly said that it has received a legal order from the authorities to remove the game.

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    Tim Cook reports that Apple India’s revenue has doubled.

    According to the company’s CEO, Tim Cook, Apple saw a doubling of its revenues in India between April and June, creating a brand new all-time record in the nation. Apple’s iPhone 13 series was the driving factor behind this.

    In a conversation with investors after announcing a record June quarter, Tim Cook said that the quarter had record revenue in both established and developing regions, “with double-digit growth in Brazil, Indonesia, and Vietnam, and a brand-new doubling of revenue in India.”

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    Apple continued to grow in India. This was supported by domestic production, selling more than 1.2 million iPhones there in the second quarter of this year. This led to rapid growth, a massive 94% in April-June.

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