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There are four months left until Apple will release the iPhone 7, but reports say that he device won’t bring big improvements. Only the chipset will be replaced with a much more advanced one – A10, which will be built using a 10nm process and will have six cores. One of the few rumored features is wireless charging, although there is no strong indication that the iPhone 7 will follow in the footsteps of Android devices that have the ability to wirelessly charge. So, if the changes won’t be significant on the iPhone 7, perhaps the next iPhone 8 will be more impressive. And according to the latest leaks, Apple will get rid of the aluminum body and will opt for an all-glass body.

The iPhone 8 will be released in September 2018 and rumors say that it will have no bezels, and the will be glass on both sides, the frame will be gone and the speaker and fingerprint reader will be placed under the glass. This means that Apple will get rid of the home button and will embed the Touch ID sensor into the display, alongside the front-facing camera.

Rumors say that the iPhone 7, which will be released within four months will lack antenna gaps/lines, the 3.5 mm audio jack, but it will be waterproof and will have a LCD display and dual cameras (only the Plus model). As for the iPhone 8, the flagship is expected to come with an AMOLED 4K display.

iOS 9.3.2 Has Bricked Some iPad Pro 9.7 Tablets

Some owners of the iPad Pro 9.7 who updated their devices to the latest iOS 9.3.2, which has been released on May 16, have experienced an “Error 56” code that prompted them to connect to iTunes. Unfortunately, when trying to connect to iTunes, nothing happened. Actually, it did happen something, and it wasn’t very cool: the tablets returned to the same state and users couldn’t do anything to solve the problem. In short time, Apple has pulled the update for this model and promised to return with a fix.

However, not everything about iOS 9.3.2 is bad, as it brought some bug fixes, and we’ll remind you about the Bluetooth problems that appeared when pairing the iPhone SE with a Bluetooth headset.