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Rumors: Apple’s new glass iPhone Screen and its 3 year deadline

Apple Inc. has always been up on the toes when it comes to its much loved and successful iPhone. Rumors have it that Apple might just be working on an all glass iPhone design and it is seriously interesting if we only take the idea into consideration. It is also stated that the update to iOS 9.3.1 will have the fix to the most disturbing bug of the current version.

According to the rumors, there have been a few design leaks of an adventurous attempt by Apple. The all glass iPhone as rumored is all set to arrive soon. But soon I do not intend to mean this year, but the one next to it. According to the reports of Gordon Kelly, Apple Inc. is all set to show case an all glass iPhone in the year 2017. But ask me, it am slightly septic.

The release states” Out will go the ranges’ famed aluminium chassis and in its place will be the return of an all-glass enclosure. This will also be complemented by new cutting edge curved OLED display. The only problem? These changes will come in 2017, not 2016.

…Apple will finally abandon its ‘tick/tock’ external redesign / internal upgrade pattern for iPhone launches. Consequently the iPhone 7 will look largely like the iPhone 6 / iPhone 6S and it will be an ‘iPhone 8’ in 2017 where Apple will pull out all the stops.”

The reports also have it that Apple is working on bringing Nightshift mode on low power state. Initially, many users claimed that they would love to have low power mode and nightshift mode working together in tandem. Well, the beta version of the iOS 9.3.2 seems to have that problem solved. Well, in order for you to have a hand on the feature you will have to upgrade your old iPhones.

Macbook users will be sad as there is not a great deal to talk about in this arena. The only two god things are that Apple will now ship Macbook with faster chips, improved battery life and 8GB RAM.

In another rumor possibly Apple expects a three year cycle from its user. After that the user is expected to upgrade to a new handset while passing it on to others. Well, at the pace this might well be the case amidst the fan boys. This is to a certain extent the key to Apple Inc.’s financial growth.

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