Apple rumors surfaced every week and provided an overview of the current state of speculation on future iPhones, iPads, and upcoming Apple operating system upgrades. Although you might think that Apple’s rumor would have slowed down after the iPhone’s launch this year 7, this is not the case so far. So this week, many interesting rumors about iPhone next year 8, the functionality of the following software, and other future Apple products like iPhone 6 have made their rounds online. Read on to catch the most exciting Apple rumors this week.
1. Apple iPhone in 2017 could maintain the design of the iPhone 7
Mikey Campbell reports AppleInsider to have the latest forms with other current expectations about the Apple iPhone in 2017 model. The report, published by Macotakara and citing sources within Apple’s supply chain of the Taiwanese, indicates that Apple’s iPhone releases next year could maintain the design of the iPhone this year 7. Reports provide the iPhone 2017, iPhone Or 8, we passed internal components, such as a processor upgrade.
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According to reports, Apple will continue to follow its usual pattern of refrigeration equipment, which implies the addition of upgraded chassis components from the previous year on the “S” models. Apple has continued this trend since the introduction of the iPhone 4 in 2011. However, the report goes against the forecasts of KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who hopes that Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone have a glass structure design and Built-in wireless charging.
2. Apple could offer a red color choice for the next iPhone
David Pierini refers to Cult of Mac that red can be a color choice for the next Apple iPhone. According to the Macotakara report on the iPhone in 2017, Apple may consider red as a new addition to the iPhone 2017 range. The publication also says that a glass frame and a wireless charge, two features that other sources are waiting for the iPhone 2017 does not appear on the phone next year.
However, Pierini reports that the “iPhone may be a red smoke screen.” Even Macotakara “called it a rumor.” Pierini notes, however, that red may be of a color that makes sense for Apple. “Apple is a partner organization (RED) to fight against the spread of HIV and AIDS. Apple will issue (PRODUCT) and will send a contribution to the Global Fund.”
3. A patent application is compatible with rumors that Apple is working on autonomous driving systems
Apple is widely rumored to work on systems that could power stand-alone vehicles, and Mikey Campbell reports AppleInsider to finally be one of the first pieces of documentation to substantiate apple research in the region. The patent application describes a collision avoidance system and provides evidence that Apple is studying auto-learning and IT applications related to stand-alone vehicles . Campbell notes that Apple must show attention in the testing of autonomous vehicles in a statement to the National Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
In this report, Apple has proposed a policy update that would give newcomers to the industry the same opportunities as manufacturers set out to test their technology on the public highway. Campbell notes that the letter also lists “specific areas of attention and possible regulatory changes that suggest that Apple has studied the area for some time.” These areas include “implications of making the artificial decision on safety, mobility, and legality, ensuring privacy and security in the form of automated vehicles, and the impact of vehicles without drivers will have on the public good, for example, the job”.
4. Apple seems to be serious about attracting artificial intelligence experts
Ben Lovejoy refers to 9to5Mac that Apple changes its focus particularly reserved for research in artificial intelligence, probably to attract the best minds of the region. In that Lovejoy and others have characterized as an apparent reversal of Apple’s traditional position, Apple Research Director Russ Salakhutdinov AI announced that Apple computer learning researchers would be allowed to post their results. It was suggested that Apple’s secret hampered its ability to innovate and compete in the field of artificial intelligence research since the search ban.
5. iTunes can provide early access to new movies
Anousha Sakoui and Alex Webb informed Bloomberg that Apple is in talks with Hollywood movie companies about the first start of movies on iTunes. According to experts “with knowledge of the matter,” the 21st Century Fox, Warner Brothers Warner Brothers and Universal Comcast Photos’ seek to offer higher prices, rent videos of new movie houses soon after its opening in theaters. Executives would have been pushed to allow apartment rentals and as soon as two weeks after theatrical debut and are considering an agreement with iTunes.
Bloomberg characterizes the ongoing talks as part of Cupertino’s long, California-based Apple efforts to get new movies before. “Early access to the new iTunes movies will help highlight and offer something unique in the crowded video distribution space. However, Bloomberg points out that studios might end up choosing a different technology platform, it is not Apple are suspected of whether iTunes is a secure platform for distributing movies that are still in theaters.
6. Apple seems to consider the idea of a folding iPhone with a wraparound screen
Mikey Campbell reports AppleInsider, so a recent patent application describes a flexible iPhone with a wraparound display, adding details to a concept covered by another recent release. The document discloses a device with curved side walls that are under glass touch screens. The design includes a display envelope, similar to that described in an earlier patent. The main screen on the front of the phone extends beyond what Campbell characterizes as “traditional border regions” and on the curved sides of the unit.
Campbell points out that the designs on the side walls of the unit “are similar to those carried out by rival Samsung Galaxy smartphone in the Edge series.” Some versions of the device have physical layers on all surfaces, including the back wall. This is an unusual choice, and Campbell explains that “very few manufacturers have built multitouch controls that look back on their mobile device users confusing fear.” The device could have a case that would allow the bend apparatus or fold along one or more axes.