Apple Used India’s NavIC GPS System in iPhone 15 Models: MoS IT

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Apple has integrated India’s Navigation with Indian Constellation (NavIC) GPS system in its iPhone 15 fashions, Union minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar stated on Thursday. NavIC, which is powered by ISRO satellites, can be out there together with different GPS methods of Galeilio and Glosnas in iPhone 15.

On September 12, Apple unveiled iPhone 15 Professional and iPhone 15 Professional Max fashions, and they are going to be out there for buy later this month.

“There are two large milestones that emerge from the Apple announcement of their latest Iphone 15. One is definitely a really satisfying announcement which is that on the very day a buyer in New York, Tokyo or London will get in their hand on an iPhone 15, an Indian buyer can even get the iPhone on the identical day,” Chandrasekhar stated.

The Minister of State (MoS) for Electronics and Data Know-how additionally stated that for the primary time ever, iPhone 15 incorporates in its system design the supply of NavIC GPS system, together with different GPS of Galeilio and Glosnas.

“So for the primary time ever, a world product like iPhone can have integrated know-how that’s designed, delivered and powered by the Indian constellation of NavIC which is one thing that ISRO has constructed, designed and launched.

“It… reveals the approaching of age of Indian know-how,” he stated.

When requested if the federal government plans to introduce NavIC in different areas as properly like vehicles, he replied in the affirmative.

“Sure! It’s pure that NavIC tracker needs to be made obligatory for all vehicles. The subsequent step can be that every one vehicles can even use NavIC trackers. Like all iPhones have gotten NavIC, all vehicles can be powered by NavIC,” he stated.

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