2017 is the iPhone's 10th anniversary, which means Apple has big plans for the next version. Alongside the typical refreshes (the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus), Apple is expected to release a killer, 5.8" iPhone. Whether it be called the iPhone 8, iPhone X, or iPhone Edition, this breakthrough product will not be cheap.
2016 has been a controversial year for Apple; many people were skeptical about the removal of the headphone jack on the iPhone 7, how easily they would lose their AirPods, and the new MacBook Pro's lack of ports, among other criticisms. In addition, although Apple was very successful in 2016, the year was slow in terms of new hardware. However, 2017 is finally here–and it could be a huge year for Apple. Here is everything to expect.
In the frameworks of the newly released macOS 10.12.1, images of the upcoming MacBook Pro's "Magic Toolbar" were located. These images confirm the existence of the OLED touch panel in replace of traditional function keys.
There is a link that is going around that will mess up Safari on any iPhone. This link adds viruses to your iPhone for an infinite amount of time; however, there are two ways to stop the virus from being installed. If you have an iPhone 6s or later you can 3D touch safari and open a tab. From there you can go to a normal website and clear the page with their viruses. If you have a device before the 6s you go to settings> safari> clear history and website data. Be careful who you send this to make sure they know what they are doing with an iPhone.
Today, Apple announced their October 27th special event. This has been expected for a while, so we know that it will be entirely focused on Mac. However, the new MacBook Pro will be at the center of the stage. There is also a strong likelihood that there will be a refreshed MacBook Air as well as iMacs, in addition to the possible removal of the 11" MacBook Air. It is also likely that the fully wireless AirPods will be released on the day of the event. Here is a full guide of what to expect.
New iPad Pro released with new design, no home button, FaceID, A12X Bionic Chip, and USB-C
Long-awaited Mac mini released with updated specs and Space Gray finish
New MacBook Air released with modern design, Retina display, and Thunderbolt 3 ports