Tech News Today in India: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced that its first mission to study the sun – Aditya L1 has passed the Lagrange 1 (L1) point.

In other news, Apple has finally started sending out payments to iPhone users in the United States for the infamous Batterygate scandal.

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    ISRO’s Aditya L-1 crosses Lagrange 1 point

    ISRO’s first mission to the Sun – Aditya L-1 has successfully crossed the Lagrange 1 point, a location where the spacecraft will stay for the next five years to observe the Sun. It is carrying seven payloads that will be switched on sequentially.

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    Apple starts paying iPhone owners for Batterygate scandal

    In 2020, Apple had agreed to pay $500 million to settle a class action lawsuit in the United States that involved the tech giant intentionally slowing down older iPhones secretly.

    A website for the Batterygate settlement is now reporting that Apple will start distributing payment settlements sometime this month, with some users having already received payment settlements of $92.17 from the tech giant.

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    iQOO confirms it will launch Neo 9 Pro in February

    In a post on X (formerly Twitter), iQOO has confirmed that its upcoming mid-range device – the Neo 9 Pro is coming to India sometime in February. While the company is yet to reveal the exact date, it looks like the phone will have a new faux leather back with a dual-tone finish.

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    Sony announces Float Run headphones for athletes

    Sony unveils new wireless headphones for athletes and runners. Dubbed Float Run WI-OE610, the new wireless headphones have a flexible neckband design with speakers that do not touch the ear canal

    The company says the open design eliminates echo and can last up to 10 hours on a single charge. They can be purchased from e-commerce websites and Sony stores for Rs 10,990.

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    Microsoft will end support for Mixed Reality in 2026

    After deprecating the feature in December last year, Microsoft has now announced that the Mixed Reality platform will reach its end of life on November 1, 2026. for those on the consumer version of Windows.

    While users who purchased Windows Mixed Reality headsets can continue using the product, it will only be possible on supported versions of the operating system.