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What We Expect from Apple at iPhone 7 Launch Event on September 7

A media event will be held by Apple on 7th September. Possibly, it will be the biggest technology event of 2016 where we will see the new iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and a range of headphones for the first time.

A controversy is there that the iPhone 7 will come without a headphone socket. In fact, headphones will be connected via Lightning port or wirelessly. Even, Apple will add an adapter in the box enabling basic headphones to the power port of iPhone 7 for easing this transition.

The event will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in California’s San Francisco. Tim Cook, Chief Executive will initiate the presentation and hopefully it will last for 90-120 minutes.
So, after seeing all rumours, leaks and gossips, here’s everything we expect to see at the launch event:

iPhone 7:
iPhone 7 will be unveiled at this media event and it will feature the same design as its 2 predecessors, saving a prime upgrade for 2017. Aside from the unshapely antenna lines, some of which will be removed, the basic shape, look and size of this smartphone will remain unchanged. Apple iPhone 7 will look little thinner because of the headphone jack’s removal. Even it will come in a black colour that is darker than Space Grey.

Ultimately, Apple will remove the 16GB storage option and it must start at either 64 or 32GB and should be extended up to either 256 or 128GB.
As per rumours, iPhone 7’s Home Button will be touch-sensitive and it will be able to augment the click by itself.
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iPhone 7 Plus:
the iPhone 7 Plus will feature 5.5-inch screen and a rear camera with dual lenses. These dual lenses will be able to work for emulating a perfect optical zoom.
If the 256GB storage option doesn’t come to the iPhone 7, it can come in the iPhone 7 Plus, including the three-pinned Smart Connector also.
Unlike the claims of past rumours, Apple won’t launch the iPhone Pro and even its features will be added to the 7 Plus.

The iPhones will arrive with AirPods, the wireless version of EarPods, which will connect to the Lightning Port.
Beats-branded headphones:
Apple will unveil some new Beats-branded headphones. This new range will include some Lightning and wireless headphones at different prices. So, we expect to see 3 models unveiled on September 7.Fake image

Watch S or Watch 2:
As per latest rumours, we expect the iPhones to come with the new Watch S, which will include GPS, a faster processor and a thinner glass as well.

iOS 10:
Apple will unveil the iOS 10’s final version for its iPhones. New features include revised Notification and Control centres, a new Home app, the capacity of deleting Apple’s own apps etc. iOS 10 can be availed later in September.iOS-10-1

watchOS 3:
watchOS 3 will also get the biggest software update to make it faster and also launching a new Dock for helping to switch between apps easier and faster.

macOS Sierra:
macOS will be also completed for the launch event (7th September). Apart from some performance and visual upgrades, here the biggest feature is how Siri will come to Macs for the first ever time.
So, these are all we can expect from Apple’s iPhone 7 launch event on 7th September.

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First Impression of Apple iOS 10 Beta: More Convenient, Clearer and Cleaner Makeover

This post is completely going to provide you our first impressions and hands-on preview of Apple iOS 10 Beta.

Apple iOS 10 Preview:

iOS 10 is the latest public version of Apple’s mobile OS for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. Based on the Apple’s showcase of the new features at WWDC 2016, this represents the OS’ first impressions.

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Apple has done some significant changes in iOS 10 such as: the notification or the search page reached by swiping from the left of the lock screen, the notification center and the department of the lock screen. Even, Apple iOS 10-equipped iPhone will illuminate its screen and display you the lock screen while you lift it up. It has also done its implementation on superfast second-gen Touch ID.


Apple framed top features which have been changed, redesigned or added:

  1. Messages:

This is the most-used app on iOS. Changes are visual and superficial which include emoji. Now you send emoji opening the emoji keyboard and iOS will scan whether that emoji is equivalent to the text or not.

  1. Removing pre-installed applications:

Apple will help us remove Tips, Stocks and other pre-installed applications from iPhones and iPads.

  1. Home:

This brand new app of iOS lets you control all your HomeKit compatible smart home apparatus.

  1. Scenes:

This feature collects regularly utilized settings for multiple devices under a single button – thus pressing the Good Night button; you could lock the door, turn down the thermostat, and switch off the lights.

  1. QuickType:

QuickType is cleverer than the predictive emojis. If you ask for a contact details, it will find out the relevant number and suggest you that and it can show your appropriate location also. It supports using more than one language simultaneously.

Compatible Devices:

The following iPod touch, iPhones and iPads can run on iOS 10:

– 6th-gen iPod touch

iPhone SE, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S

– iPad Mini 4, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 2

– iPad Pro (12.9-inch and 9.7-inch models), iPad Air 2, iPad Air 1, iPad 4

Off course, additionally, every device introduced along with the OS in autumn.

Release Date:

iOS 10’s final release date has not been declared by Apple, yet hopefully it will release in coming 3 months.

iOS beta version is only for app developers and is possibly being riddled with compatibility and bugs issues with third-party apps, which already has been unveiled.

Everybody can join the public version of iOS 10. The public beta will be available for people to download in autumn.


It can’t be say clearly whether iOS 10 will be a placeholder or a groundbreaker. The feature of hiding pre-installed apps is much appreciated and the changes in Messages as well. However, people are actually going to get a lot of fun with the OS.