Apple’s latest smartwatch finally lets you leave your phone at home. Since it supports LTE, you can receive calls and texts on your wrist even when your phone is out of range. The third-generation Apple Watch also brings a faster processor and a new barometric altimeter for measuring activities like the numbers of stairs you climb. The Apple Watch isn’t meant to replace your phone, and just about anything you would usually use your phone for is better on a larger screen. But the freedom to leave your phone at home when you step out to walk the dog or go on a run may be just enough to persuade smartwatch skeptics that the Apple Watch is worth considering, especially for athletic types.
DUBAI – Emirates Airline is committed to offering its customers an unparalleled onboard experience and maintaining the highest standards of safety and efficiency with a modern all wide-body aircraft fleet. Reconfiguration of Boeing 777-200LR fleet In April 2019, the airline completed the reconfiguration of its last Boeing 777-200LR aircraft. Emirates invested USD $150 million in […]
KARACHI – President Pakistan Businessmen and Intellectuals Forum (PBIF), President All Karachi Industrial Alliance (AKIA), Senior Vice Chairman of the Businessmen Panel of FPCCI and former provincial minister, Mian Zahid Hussain on Friday said that during the first half of current fiscal year July to December 2018, rupee has been devalued by 15 percent but […]
“Pakistan’s suboptimal performance in attracting Foreign Direct Investment, in general, and manufacturing-oriented FDI, in particular, has been caused by multiple factors. The present Industrial Policy gives equal preference for all sectors and the extraordinary incentives for selected sectors such as energy, sugar, fertilizer, and attractive returns in Real Estate and Stock Exchanges have diverted financial […]