Apple Watch Series 2 Now Available in India, Here’s the Price of the Entire Lineup

Apple Watch Series 2 Now Available in India, Here's the Price of the Entire Lineup

Apple Watch Series 2 Now Available in India, Here’s the Price of the Entire Lineup
Alongside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Apple is launching the Apple Watch Series 2 in India at 7pm IST on Friday, with prices starting at Rs. 32,900. The refreshed previous generation Apple Watch – now called Series 1 – will also be available in the country at a price starting at Rs. 23,900. Gadgets 360 understands that supplies for the new Apple Watch models will be limited this week, with fresh supplies expected next week, when the Watch Series 1 and Series 2 should have greater availability online and across the country.

To recall, the Apple Watch Series 2 was unveiled at the company’s September 7 launch event of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The first generation Apple Watch also saw a refresh at the same event, receiving a minor hardware upgrade in the form a new processor. Readers should note that the original 2015 Apple Watch has been discontinued.

There are several differences between the Apple Watch Series 2 and the original Apple Watch, and the biggest is that the new watch is ‘swim proof’, touting a new design that makes it water resistant up to a depth of 50 metres. The speaker on board was redesigned for this purpose as well, allowing water in, and then pushing it out with sound vibrations. Apple Watch Series 1 is only splash resistant. The other major change over the previous generation, as well as the refreshed Apple Watch Series 1, is the inclusion of a built-in GPS chip for more accurate distance and speed measurements.

(Also see: Apple Watch Series 2 Teardown Reveals a Larger Battery and That It’s Nearly Impossible to Repair)

Other changes include the Apple S2 dual-core processor, a brighter 1000-nit Retina display with Force Touch, and a choice of Sapphire crystal glass on the stainless steel and ceramic cases.

As we mentioned, the Apple Watch Series 1 sports only some upgrades over its predecessor, with the new Apple S1P dual-core processor. Unlike the Apple Watch Series 2 and the 2015 Apple Watch, it is now only available in one design – an Aluminium Case and a Sports Band. It is available in two sizes 38mm and 42mm, priced at Rs. 23,900 and Rs. 25,900 respectively.

Getting into detailed pricing of the Apple Watch Series 2, the smartwatch is available in Aluminium Case with Sport Band or Woven Nylon Strap, in a Stainless Steel Case with Sport Band, Stainless Steel Strap or Leather Strap. Each is available in 38mm and 42mm sizes.
The 38mm Apple Watch Series 2 with Aluminium Case with Sport Band or Woven Nylon Strap is priced at Rs. 32,900, while the 42mm variant is priced at Rs. 34,900. The 38mm Apple Watch Series 2 Stainless Steel Case with Sport Band is priced at Rs. 48,900, and the 42mm variant is priced at Rs. 52,900. The 38mm Apple Watch Series 2 Stainless Steel Case with Silver Link Bracelet is priced at Rs. 83,900, and the 42mm variant is priced at Rs. 87,900. The 38mm Apple Watch Series 2 Stainless Steel Case with Space Black Link Bracelet is priced at Rs. 91,900, and the 42mm variant is priced Rs. 95,900.

The 38mm Apple Watch Series 2 Stainless Steel Case with Silver Milanese Loop is priced at Rs. 56,900, while the 42mm variant is priced at Rs. 60,900. The 38mm Apple Watch Series 2 Stainless Steel Case with Space Black Milanese Loop is priced at Rs. 60,900, while the 42mm variant is priced at Rs. 64,900.

Apple Watch Series 2 Stainless Steel Case with Saddle Brown Classic Buckle is priced at Rs. 56,900, and the 42mm variant is priced at Rs. 60,900.

Finally, we come to the Apple Watch Series 2 ‘Edition’, which bears a Ceramic Case (seen above) and Sport Band. The 38mm model is priced at Rs. 1,10,900, and the 42mm model is priced at Rs. 1,14,900.

Tags: Apple, Apple Watch, Apple Watch Series 1, Apple Watch Series 2, Smartwatch, Apple India, Apple Watch Series 1 Price, Apple Watch Series 2 Price, Apple Watch Series 1 Price In India, Apple Watch Series 2 Price In India, Wearables

[“Source-Gadgets”]

How Vine’s Entire Source Code Was Online for Anyone to See

How Vine's Entire Source Code Was Online for Anyone to See

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The ethical hacker was taking part in Twitter’s HackerOne programme
  • The hacker gained access to source code through a Docker image
  • The bug was fixed by website within 5 minutes of flaw’s demonstration

Hackers are known to be notorious. They like to find out all the vulnerabilities that various sites possess and depending on their intention, they use this knowledge to either create nuisance for the website owners or inform them about the loopholes to help make the site safer.

The makers of video-clip sharing site Vine, currently owned by Twitter, should be grateful that ethical hacker known by the name ‘avicoder’ chose to be the latter sort when he found a way to download Vine’s entire source code.

For those who are unaware about the subject, a source code for website usually contains confidential information and access to it can leave the site extremely vulnerable to attacks that can potentially even destroy it.

In this case, ‘avicoder’ was just looking at the potential security flaws without any ill intentions and in his blog post, he explained the entire flaw and how he gained the access to the site’s source code through its Docker image, which should ideally have been private but was publicly available. With the image, he was able to run the service locally on his machine.

“I was able to see the entire source code of vine, its API keys and third party keys and secrets. Even running the image without any parameter, was letting me host a replica of VINE locally,” the hacker said in his blog post.

On March 31, avicoder demonstrated a full exploitation of the security flaw to Twitter as part of its HackerOne bounty programme and the site then fixed the bug in around 5 minutes. The hacker was rewarded a bounty of $10,080(roughly Rs. 6,73,000) for informing the site about this flaw.

Tags: Ethical Hacker, Twitter HackerOne, Vine Security Flaw, Vine Source Code

 

[“Source-Gadgets”]

Telegram Says Google Buyout rumour Is ‘entire Bullshit’

Telegram Says Google Buyout Rumour Is 'Complete Bullshit'

A document out of Russia final week claimed that Telegram’s Founder Pavel Durov met Google CEO Sundar Pichai final 12 months to speak about a probable buyout. The file said that Telegram become assessed at round $1 billion valuation through Google executives citing resources near the Telegram group.

The record had added that Google’s acquisition of Telegram might have given the search engine massive asuccessful on the spot messaging carrier under its belt as Google Chat did not do nicely and was laterincorporated into Hangouts app.

A Telegram spokesperson but has put an give up to any buyout speculations related to Google. Theemployer spokesperson told the following internet, “that is entire bullshit. There had been no acquisition talks, no plans for this sort of thing both.”

The Russian report speculated interest in a Google buyout of Telegram, as the messaging provider did now not actually have a revenue model. Telegram however on its support pages in reality notes, “We accept as true with in rapid and at ease messaging this is additionally 100 percentage free.”

“If Telegram runs out, we’re going to invite our users to donate and upload non-important paidalternatives to break even. however making income will by no means be a intention for Telegram,” theassist web page reads.

To keep in mind, Telegram for iOS became released in August 2013 even as the Android model officiallywas to be had to customers in October 2013. The provider crossed a hundred million monthly livelycustomers milestone in February this yr. It also announced that 350,000 new users signed up for thecarrier each day whilst it added 15 billion messages daily. there’s absolute confidence that Telegram lagsin the back of some of the other popular messaging apps, including facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, which currently sit on 800 million and 1 billion monthly active users respectively.

For the ones unaware, Telegram become started with the aid of Pavel and Nikolai Durov. Out of the two, Pavel is said to guide Telegram financially while Nikolai has been the technological brain. The Durov brothers have been born in Russia however the Telegram service isn’t connected to Russia – legally orbodily, as it is established in Berlin.

down load the gadgets 360 app for Android and iOS to live updated with the ultra-modern tech news, product evaluations, and one-of-a-kind offers at the famous mobiles.

Google Search ‘Destinations’ Helps You Plan Entire Vacations on Mobile

Google Search 'Destinations' Helps You Plan Entire Vacations on Mobile

With smartphones around, it’s always easier to search for your next vacation and even plan one from the phone itself. Google’s new Destinations feature is aimed to make planning a complete vacation even easier on your smartphone.

The new feature works right from the Google Search on the smartphone which will allow you to browse and plan your next vacation by doing a regular search. Google details that users can search on their mobile devices for a place they like to travel to and add the word “destination” to see an easy-to-browse collection of options. The search engine giant says that the new Destinations integrates “a deep understanding of all the places in the world” with Google Flights and Hotel search. The integration allows users to see available flight and hotel prices instantly.

The biggest advantage of the new feature from Google is it will save time from going through a number of websites to get the various pieces of information needed to plan a complete vacation. The feature also helps to sort spots that match user’s hobbies and interests. It’s worth noting that the ‘Destination’ feature only works on mobiles.

The feature also includes a filter button that helps users plan vacations accordingly. “Say you’re planning to take some time off in June or July, but you haven’t decided exactly when to go. The Flexible Dates filter lets you refine your results by month, so you can see when fares and rates are lowest within the time range you want, across multiple destinations,” explains Radhika Malpani, Engineering Director, Travel, Google in a blog post.

Further, users can also select any destination and tap the “Explore” tab to see what the weather is like year-round and when the destination is most popular, based on historic visits from other travellers. Once the destination is finalised, users can tap the “Plan a trip” to check hotels and flights rates. Google will show the rate differences for the next six months so that users can find the right price tag for them.

“And as you slide left or right, the results instantly update with real-time fares and rates, pulling from the trillions of flight itineraries and hotels we price every day on Google Flights and Hotel search,” adds Malpani. There will be filters for users to choose number of stops, hotel class, and number of travellers to customise results for their trip with the pencil icon.

Google also revealed that it last year saw an increase of 50 percent in travel-related questions on mobile phones.

[“source-Gadgets”]