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WASHINGTON Conservatives are all smiles this week at an annual convention in Washington, celebrating President Donald Trump's win, but beneath the surface lurk tensions central to how Republicans will govern in the next two years and the 2018 election outlook.

SINGAPORE Asian stocks steadied on Thursday after earlier losses, aided by a weaker dollar as markets studied Federal Reserve meeting minutes that indicated both readiness and caution over raising interest rates.



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SAN FRANCISCO When Apple Inc launches its much-anticipated 10th anniversary iPhone this fall, it will offer an unwitting lesson in how much the smartphone industry it pioneered has matured.



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WASHINGTON The White House has pushed back the release of a new executive order to replace its directive suspending travel to the United States by citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries, a White House official said on Wednesday.



OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday defended plans to give more powers to U.S. border agents stationed in Canada, saying travelers would at all times be protected by domestic laws.

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Apple assembling devices in India won’t mean cheaper iPhones yet

Apple assembling devices in India won't mean cheaper iPhones yet | TechCrunch



Apple appears to be moving forward with plans to begin assembling its phones in India, but that doesn't necessarily mean that its prices will drop in the country.

India's Economic Times today reported that Apple will begin assembling the iPhone SE in the coming months in Karnataka, adding more detail to comments from the state's minister of IT earlier this month that seemingly confirmed an arrangement.

Apple currently prices the iPhone higher in India than any other country in the world. It is widely assumed that the cost is down to high import taxes that the company is subject to -- since it manufacturers devices in China -- and so it figures that any move to assemble devices locally could reduce the price of iPhones in India. That's important, because Apple continues to struggle to gain any meaningful share of India's smartphone market, which is one of the few tipped to grow consistently.

A recent IDC report found that Chinese smartphone brands dominated India's phone market in the final quarter of 2016, with no Indian brands in the top five for the first time. Apple, meanwhile, had its best year of sales in India -- selling 2.5 million units -- but that represents a tiny fraction of overall sales -- more than 28 million devices shipped in Q4 2016 alone.



But for those thinking local manufacturing will instantly fix Apple's issues, the case is not so clear.

"Apple is not known to abruptly drop prices and thus the saving could go towards building foundation for Apple's retail and marketing footprint," Counterpoint Research analyst Neil Shah told TechCrunch, pointing out that right now the U.S. firm has no independent retail presence in India.

"Apple though selectively offers discount only during festive season and that could be also 4-5 percent [price cuts] max and not the entire 12-13 percent [saving from local production] will be passed on to consumers."



Shah also explained that Apple's initial efforts "won't be full-fledged manufacturing like in Taiwan or China," while he estimates that no more than 400,000 units per quarter would be assembled initially, minimizing any potential impact.

Of course, that's the short-term prognosis, and if Apple is able to scale its India productions -- and potentially advance the processes they carry out -- then there's scope for price savings to be passed on. For now, this is a promising development for Apple and its fans in India -- but it is likely to be some time before the full impact is felt in the market.







18 Feb 2017
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Oilers shifting lines ahead of Coyotes' visit

EDMONTON, Alberta -- The Edmonton Oilers haven't just gone cold offensively. Frigid is a better word. Arctic. Frozen solid.



Smith stops 36 shots, Coyotes beat Flames 5-0

Mike Smith stopped 36 shots for his 32nd career shutout, Christian Dvorak had two goals and an assist, and the surging Arizona Coyotes beat the Calgary Flames 5-0 Monday night.

Stars-Jets winner will break tie between teams

WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- There won't be any chocolate hearts, long-stemmed roses or frilly lingerie exchanged on the ice Tuesday night at the MTS Centre.



Ducks close out road trip at Wild

SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- After five consecutive road games, the Anaheim Ducks aren't yet home, but they are at least heading west, closing out the six-game trip on Tuesday by facing their former ...

Devils can't afford stumble vs. NHL-worst Avalanche

The New Jersey Devils' playoff hopes are hanging by a thread. Coming out of their weeklong bye, they were on a 3-0-1 run that had them back on the fringe of postseason contention.

Alex Burrows had a busy night getting under the skin of Sabres goalie Robin Lehner

Burrows rattled Lehner early and then took advantage of it







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