After releasing the final version of iOS 9.3.2 a week ago, Apple has now seeded the first beta of a brand new software update: iOS 9.3.3 for all the compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices.
Apple has reportedly chosen Intel to supply 50% of the modem chips that will be used inside company’s upcoming iPhone revision widely called iPhone 7. DigiTimes, in a recent report, claims that Intel will be responsible for supplying 50% of the total modem chips required for the iPhone 7 manufacturing.
Apple has pushed the final version of iOS 9.3.2 to the general public, which is meant to bring stability, performance improvements, bug fixes and a couple of minor feature tweaks to Apple’s mobile operating system. While a new software update is meant to bring stability to the devices, but it looks like some 9.7-inch iPad Pro owners are experiencing issues with iOS 9.3.2.
It has been rumored again and again over past few months that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 won’t offer a radical change from the design and look perspective. Now a newly leak schematic suggests that the upcoming iPhone 7 will boast an identical width and height to the current iPhone 6s.
We have heard a lot about the look and feel of the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 and that the new iPhone will come loaded with a dual camera system among other rumors. The rumors mill did not fail to churn out expectations for this upcoming smartphone.
A new motion has been signed into law by India government that will require all smartphones, including iPhones, to feature a ‘panic button’ and GPS location pings from January 2017. This ‘Panic Button’, when used, will allow the users to notify emergency services when they are in trouble.
A new report from DigiTimes, a Taiwan-based news outlet, claims that Apple will be opting for a touch-sensitive home button for its upcoming iPhone 7. This means that the new iPhone 7 will ditch the physical home button as found on all the current and previous generations of the iPhone lineup.