For a while, the general consensus has been that Apple's spring 2016 event would take place sometime during the week commencing Monday, March 14th, where we'd see a host of new hardware introduced across multiple product lines. We're still waiting for that official seal from Apple, but now according to a new report, Tuesday, March 15th looks like the date to pencil in.
iPad Air 3 case leak suggests that the 9.7-inch tablet could feature an iPad Pro-like Smart Connector, four speakers among other changes. Read on for more details.
Apple is once again said to be getting ready to play host to the media for a March event, with the iPad Air 3, the 4-inch iPhone 5se and new Apple Watch accessories on its agenda. Here are the details.
Newly leaked technical design drawings appear to show the as yet unannounced iPad Air 3, complete with a new four-speaker audio setup as well as an LED rear-facing flash to accompany the device's camera.
The most recent research note released by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that Apple's iPad Air 3 will ship early next year without the integration of 3D Touch technology due to issues around producing displays of that size with pressure sensing tech built-in. That will likely come as a disappointment to consumers planning on embracing the third-generation iPad Air, but there could be some good news. A new report suggests that Apple is working on scalable next-generation pressure-sensing technology that could be integrated into any of its iOS devices, regardless of size.
Prominent analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is back once again, this time reporting about release date of iPad Air 3 as well as the technology that could ship with the company's iPhone 7 during 2016.
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