This week Apple has made a lot of noise from the launch of iPhone SE, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, a new range of Apple Watch straps, the upcoming Apple Watch’s hardware in September, and iOS 9.3′s Public Release.
Let’s see what happened this week.
The WDC event had the major coverage this week and iPhone SE took the center stage on Monday 21st. The much-awaited iPhone SE was launched by Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, which was stated to have the power of the iPhone 6S.
The iPad Pro Shrinks
It is rumoured that the upcoming iPad Pro would arrive in a 9.7-inch screen, however, it would have all the feature of a 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Speculations add up that the 9.7-inch iPad Pro will be launched instead of iPad Air 3.
Watch Straps Refreshed
After more than six months, Apple has finally updated more coloured bands for Apple Watch in various materials. The company has also introduced the NATO-styled nylon strap.
It appears that the American technological giant intends to update the available straps every six months. So if you want to purchase any strap now is the time as the stock would last till September.
iOS 9.3′s Public Release
Apart from new hardware releases, Apple has also rolled out a public version is much-expected iOS 9.3. The firmware update brings the ‘night shift’ feature that slowly drop the levels of blue light on display in the evening. Along with it, better enterprise and educational support, a number of Apple’s own application’s updates, and allow pairing multiple Apple Watches to iPhone.
However, reports regarding the failed upgrades have started to come in immediately after the release. The updates have focused more on iCloud activation for older hardware. Some users couldn’t activate it as they have forgotten their passwords on their machines.