Apple’s annual device-centric events were thrown into a bit of a tailspin this year thanks to the, you guessed it, COVID-19 pandemic. Why the virus impacted hardware-unveiling events mainly comes down to disruption in logistics and supply chains in Asia, thus pushing manufacturing—and by extension, hardware announcements—back several weeks. … [Read more...] about What to expect from Apple’s October iPhone event: iPhone 12, AirTags, over-the-ear AirPods, and more!
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Even in the case of cotton, which Beijing is buying a good volume from India, prices are lower this year in view of huge carryover stocks. Also, Indian cotton is competitive at around 70 US cents per pound than from countries such as the US and Brazil at 73-74 US cents. … [Read more...] about Why China is on a commodity buying spree and how does it benefit India