After being disappointed with the sales of the iPhone 6S, Apple has tried its luck again with the 4-inch iPhone SE, which is a smaller iPhone 6S with the design of the iPhone 5S. Recently, the Cupertino giant has updated its MacBook laptops and soon will release the MacBook Pro (2016), while the iPhone 7 is scheduled to make its appearance this September. But, when is iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak coming?
Currently, developers and beta testers are testing out the fourth beta of the upcoming iOS 9.3.2, and jailbreak fans are looking forward for TaiG or Pangu teams of hackers to release a jailbreak tool for this update. Unfortunately, none of them has announced that they’re close to jailbreaking iOS 9.3.2, but this silence might suggest that they will offer a huge surprise later. Most likely, they’ll deliver the jailbreak tool before Apple’s WWDC 2016 event that will take place from 13th to 17th June.
The MacBook Pro 2016 will have a 13-inch Retina display and the variant with 128GB of storage and powered by 2.7GHz OS X will cost £999, but the price can climb up to £1,399. The starting price for the 15-inch model will be £1,599 (2.2GHz). Most likely, the two MacBook Pro laptops will arrive in June.
Those who are waiting for the iPhone 7 shouldn’t have high expectations from it, because it won’t come with big changes. Analysts are predicting that the upcoming flagship will have the same design as the iPhone 6S, but it will lack the 3.5mm headphone jack. However, the device might be resistant to dust and water and the Plus/Pro version will have a dual camera setup on the back.
This September, Apple will release iOS 10 and New Mac OS as well, but first, they will be unveiled at the Worldwide Developer Conference. The only thing we know for sure is that OS X will be renamed to Mac OS again, but it’s not sure what new features will be introduced.
Apparently, Apple is thinking about redesigning the iPhone 8, which might come with an all-glass body, and the home button will be removed.
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