On March 15th, a "leaked image" of the upcoming iPhone 7 was released. Based on the belief that the iPhone 7 Plus– or iPhone 7 Pro– will uniquely have a two cameras on the back rather than one, the model shown in the image is an iPhone 7 Pro.
You've probably already heard about Apple's plans to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack on the upcoming iPhone 7. If you're like most people, you're not a fan of this idea. Perhaps you're one of the 300,000 people who signed a petition demanding Apple keep it. However, this has happened before– the switch from 30-pin to lightning, for example. The removal of the DVD player on Macs. Every time, Apple has a reason for it. And every time, we all get used to it.
Most of us ask the same question over and over again: Why would Apple do such a thing? Here are three good reasons why Apple will remove the headphone jack on the iPhone 7.
With iPhone 7 rumors starting to surface, there's been talk about a 7 mini, now known as the 6c or 5se. Apple was thought to have abandoned the project in summer 2015, but there's still a good chance we'll be seeing the next colorful iPhone- and not so long from now.
Rumors continue to surround the release of Apple's MacBook Air 2016 and MacBook Pro 2016, with the latest batch claiming that the laptops will be available just in time for Black Friday sales.
If the rumors are true, the latest MacBook Air and MacBook Pro may several obstacles in experiencing good sales, including great deals for previous Apple devices and other products, The Latinos Post reported. The fact that Apple has started selling its line of previous models further supports this possible release date.
If you've been waiting for an official Apple Watch charging dock, the wait is over. Apple has put its Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock on sale on Apple.com, just a day after photos of its packaging leaked out. The dock, which retails for $79, will allow you to charge your Apple Watch either flat or on its side, which will activate nightstand mode.
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