Thursday, August 11, 2016

Next tends iPhone launch on September 7. Apple A10 SoC Photos Leaked

Next tends Apple iPhone rumor
Next tends Apple iPhone - Apple iPhone events are generally regarded as the most anticipated during the calendar year in the technology industry events. Every year, preparing for the launch of the new iPhone creates a hype, and according to the latest reports, this year's event could take place on September 7.

According to a report earlier this week by Bloomberg, iPhone launch event this year will be held on September 7 launch events usually take place in the first half of September,so the information is certainly credible, and author Mark Gurman has in the past been a reliable source of Apple rumors. However, there has been no official word from the technology giant Cupertino on the launch event from now.

The company is rumored to be working on new models of MacBook Pro but according to the report, MacBook models will not be announced at the launch event of the iPhone.

In other leaks, images of the supposed 'A10' processor, rumored to be used in the next iPhone models have been leaked on the Chinese website Weibo (via 9to5Mac). The name of the processor is very much in line with previous processors used by the company, however, the credibility of the images is not yet concrete.

The models next iPhone is rumored to lack a headphone jack 3.5 mm and feature redesigned antenna lines. It is also expected that mobile hardware package including improved camera, while some have also suggested that losses could be a Pro version of the works. Last week, he suggested that apart from the color variants available on iPhone 6s, a variant of 'black Space ' phone will also be available with the new iPhone models.

Despite the recent rise in stock prices Apple after its third-quarter earnings, Apple is not seen in a purple spot by industry experts. Institutional sales director Steve Grasso of Stuart Frankel told CNBC said that Apple is 'getting perpetually 'and added that the next iPhone is also likely to disappoint.
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