Apple was disappointed by the sales of its iPhone 6S, trying again with the four-inch iPhone SE – a smaller iPhone 6S that’s got the iPhone 5S design. Not too long ago, Apple updated its MacBook laptops, and it won’t be much longer before the company releases its MacBook Pro 2016. The iPhone 2017 is set to make an appearance September.
What’s not known though is when the jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.3.2 will be made available.
As it stands, beta testers and developers have come up with the fourth beta for iOS 9.3.2. It’s the hope that Pangu or TaiG’s hackers can release a tool for the update. At this point, nobody has been able to break it or come close to breaking it. Of course, their silence could mean they have a surprise for users down the road. It’s possible a jailbreaking tool will be available for the 2016 WWDC event that Apple hosts.
A Look At The MacBook Pro 2016
This device is going to come equipped with a 13-inch Retina display, with a 128GB storage capacity and is powered by the 2.7GHz OS X. The cost will range from £999 to £1,399. For the 15-inch, 2.2GHz model, the price will be £1,599. The laptops will be made public in June.
A Look At The iPhone 7
For people looking forward to the iPhone 7, there’s not too much to be excited about. It’s not going to have major changes to it. It’s said to have the same design seen with the iPhone 6S phone and it won’t have a 3.5mm headphone jack. The device could be resistant to both water and dust, and the Pro/Plus version is said to have a dual camera setup on the backside.
A Look At Software
Apple is set to release iOS 10 and New Mac OS in September, but they’ll be shown to the public during the annual WWDC event. What’s been confirmed is that OS X will become Mac OS once more. No word on what the features will be.
Apple developers have considered a redesign for its iPhone 8 – an all-glass body and no home button.
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