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  • Apple's iPhone 7 launches, sold-out models leave some disappointed

    SYDNEY: Apple's iPhone 7 launch generated trademark queues and brisk sales Friday that defied gloomy expectations, with some enthusiasts left empty-handed after lining up for hours as the company announced certain models had sold out...

    The new phone comes with an improved camera, no headphone jack, and a water resistant body as the US tech giant seeks to reverse declines in sales amid increased competition...

  • Apple admits to introducing software updates that slow down older iPhone models

    Amid a slew of complaints about reduced battery life in older iPhone models, Apple in a rare statement admitted that the company has introduced software updates in older models in order to optimise battery performance, CNN reported on Friday...

    According to the tech giant, lithium-ion batteries slow down with time and can cause the phones to shut down suddenly in order to prevent damage to components...

  • Apple cuts prices, screen sizes for new iPhone, iPad

    CUPERTINO: Apple went small — cutting prices as well as screen sizes — unveiling a new iPhone and iPad aimed at reaching more customers and boosting replacements, at a low-key product unveiling on Monday...

    The new launches came as Apple geared for a high-profile court battle with the US government on encryption and data protection, with chief executive Tim Cook claiming that protecting privacy is an obligation for the tech giant... ...

  • ‘Banking business models need review’

    KARACHI: State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Deputy Governor Jameel Ahmad has emphasised the need for a review of the prevailing banking business models to meet the challenges of rapidly changing financial and technological landscape, a press release said on Wednesday...

    He said the financial industry, especially banks and their regulators, should acknowledge that traditional restructuring will not help in these changing times and that...

  • French fashion giants ban ultra-thin models

    PARIS: A host of French-owned fashion labels spanning Christian Dior to Saint Laurent pledged Wednesday to ban ultra-thin models from their advertising and catwalk shows following repeated scandals about anorexia and mistreatment...

    French holding companies LVMH and Kering, which own dozens of top brands between them, unveiled a charter “to ensure the well-being of models” which will also outlaw the hiring of girls under the age of 16...

  • Indian football sees role models breaking through

    Both Romeo and Gurpreet are role models and will inspire the younger generation further,” All India Football Federation media manager Nilanjan Datta said, saluting the growing “plethora of talent on display” in India...

    British-born Pakistani Zesh Rehman played briefly in the top flight with Fulham, becoming the first British Asian to play in the Premier League when he debuted at Anfield in 2004 but has to date been the exception to...

  • Modern contract farming models

    MODERN agricultural supply chains aligned with farming practices and the market are required for the provision of food staples to the rapidly rising urban population...

    This benefits big farmers with higher physical and financial resources to meet the requirements of multinationals...

  • Students showcase models on learning approaches

    MINGORA: Girl students here on Saturday exhibited their models to highlight the importance of skills along with cognitive approach in proper learning for every student...

    They tried to make understand the visitors by practical models which they displayed in an exhibition to teach importance of three skills based in ‘Bloom Taxonomy’ in teaching and learning methodology in schools...

  • US opens probe into recall of 1.7m Hyundai, Kia models

    A Hyundai spokesman in Seoul the company “has conducted recalls in compliance with US regulations and procedure” and will “sincerely” cooperate with the investigation...

    On March 31, Hyundai expanded its original US recall to 572,000 Sonata and Santa Fe Sport vehicles with “Theta II” engines, citing the same issue involving manufacturing debris, the NHTSA said...

  • ‘Become role models who others can look up to’

    I applied in 2006,” said Pakistan and South Asia’s first and only war-ready fighter pilot Flight Lieutenant Ayesha Farooq while sharing a bit about her life with other women at the summit...

    She was the one with the maximum solo sorties in the course and one of the top four pilots to be given F-7PGs...

  • Women entrepreneurs advised on improving business models

    They interacted with the participating teams and offered advice on how to improve their business model...

    “I have worked with over a thousand startups in Pakistan and the unique thing about the participants here is that they show a desire to promote not just their businesses but also demonstrate what women are capable of,” he said...

  • Major carmakers to introduce new models next year

    KARACHI: Pakistan’s auto industry landscape is expected to see some new models from next year on, with Honda introducing subcompact crossover HR-V, Suzuki replacing Cultus with Celerio, and Toyota rumoured to start local assembling of Vitz and Vios...

    Sources said Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited is also planning to replace its flagship Suzuki Cultus with Celerio — a 1,000cc hatchback — by end-2016 or the first quarter of 2017...

  • ‘Not all champions can be role models’

    MUMBAI: Although Olympic champions can make great role models, sports officials can’t expect all athletes to be angels in their pursuit of results, according to Australian swimming great Ian Thorpe...

    Several athletes have been put on watch-list ahead of the Games, while the country’s top tennis player Nick Kyrgios withdrew himself from consideration after a row with the AOC over his behaviour in the public arena...

  • Europe needs Muslim role models

    It is needed to ensure that as European governments struggle to deal with the challenge of receiving the newcomers, including thousands of children, their focus is not just on the misfits and extremists but on the millions of Muslims who are an integral part of Europe’s politics, society and economy...

    See: After Paris, fear and love for MuslimsIn a bitter election campaign, Khan had to fight off repeated allegations from his...

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