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CNET has shared some speculations about how Apple could call its new smartphone.
The reliable analyst Ming Chi Kuo just shared an investor note where he pointed out iPhone 8 will come in black, silver and gold colors.
While in use, MacBook batteries are exhausted with time and need to be replaced. Apple recently announced that it is unable to replace batteries for 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina display models Mid 2012 and Early 2013.
Apple is going to release iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 soon. As experience tells us, it can happen in September. There is already an image of the new iPhone, that is more or less precise if rumors are to believe. The new iPhone will have OLED display, thin bezels, and, probably, a 3D face scanning feature.
Having discovered the issue with the detached back cover of Apple Watch first generation, Apple decided to repair these models for free for three years.
Following the conversation between the App Store Review Team and the CTO of Future Mind Tomasz Koperski, Apple is going to ban the AdBlock app and the like using VPN to block ads. App Store didn’t allow the update of an app when Koperski was trying to submit it.
Several new images showing what appears to be an iPhone 8 prototype with the Touch ID fingerprint scanner on the back panel have appeared on the Chinese site iPhoneros. The leaked images allegedly come from a reliable source that was correct in the past.
According to the latest report from BGR, Apple will discontinue the 7.9-inch iPad mini in the near future. Nowadays, customers often choose larger 5.5-inch iPhones, and with the release of the 5.8-inch OLED iPhone 8 this trend will become even stronger. From this point of view, it is smart to stop producing the smaller tablets that lacks many features of the larger iPhone version.
Matthew Roberts has shared a new drone video showing progress on the construction site of the new Apple headquarters. This time we can see how much work has been done over the last year. The video is entitled “APPLE PARK 1 Year Recap 4K”, it is available below this short post.
New schematic showing something similar to the iPhone 8 rear panel has leaked online. The image is interesting as it shows the dual camera placed vertically as well as what appears to be a wireless charging component. It’s difficult to say if the component depicted below is legitimate or not as it was shared by an unknown sources on the Chinese social network Weibo. After that, it was reposted by KK Leaks, OnLeaks, and Benjamin Geskin.
According to the latest rumor shared by a developer Steven Troughton-Smith, Apple will stop supporting 32-bit apps with the release of iOS 11. What this means is that old applications may stop function and not only lack updates and important bug fixes. The developer didn’t specify the source he got the information from, but this is not the first time iOS 11 we hear that Apple may drop support for legacy apps.
A 32-year-old man from Alabama nearly died after being electrocuted with this iPhone charger. Wiley Day plugged in his phone and took it to the bed with him. The extension cable came off in the morning and the charger head contacted the metal necklace the man was wearing. The electricity traveled through Day’s neck, but the man managed to take off his necklace and survived. Moreover, he even went to the hospital himself.
Apple has released three new iPad Pro commercials. They are called “Light and powerful”, “All day battery”, and “All your school stuff”. The ads are available below and on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
According to the latest report from a research firm IHS Markit, the iPhone 6s was the most popular smartphone in 2016. In terms of global shipments, the handset outpaced the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and the iPhone 6s Plus. What’s even more interesting, the 2015 flagship was way more popular than the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy J3, and other Samsung devices. Additional details can be seen below.
According to the latest report from reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the demand for the upcoming Galaxy S8 won't be as strong as the demand for the Galaxy S7 one year ago. As for the reasons for weak demand, they include lack of selling points and customers' anticipation for the iPhone 8.