Apple’s Latest Keynote With No New iPhone 7?!

Apple’s Latest Keynote With No New iPhone 7?!

In case you have missed it, Apple had their March Keynote where they announced many new Products, such as a new iPhone SE and a New iPad pro. As you may already know, Apple tends to have long drawn out keynotes only saving the best for last, only this time, the best has yet to come.

Here is what you need to know:

  • Tim cook wants you to know your privacy is important.
  • Apple is working on an all paper box for the future.
  • Liam is a robot constructed to Deconstructs iPhones to recycle the phone and recover the materials.
  • Care kit, is announced, no one cares
  • The Apple Watch is the Number one selling smartwatch
  • A third of apple watch wears change bands so they decided to make more such as their spring line up, with the woven nylon band
  • Apple watch starts at $299 as of today!
  • Apple tvOS Gets update
    • Folders
    • Dictation
    • Siri for App Store can enter usernames and passwords
  • 40 million 4-inch iPhones sold in 2015
  • Now there is a new one, iPhone SE
    • A9 chip
    • M9 motion processor
    • Hey Siri
    • 12mp iSight camera
    • Shoots 4K Video
    • LTE Compatible
    • Apple Pay, NFC
    • $399.00 – 16GB
    • $499.00 – 64GB
    • Available for purchase March 24 and Ships March 31
  • 9.3 iOS UPDATE
    • Night Shift – Automatically switches the color from white to warmer tones for easier visibility and less eye strain
    • notes
    • Password protection! Finally! (How about the ability to do that with any app?)
    • Apple Car play gets an update with a new “Nearby Feature”
  • New iPad pro 9.7-inch retina display with “True Tone Technology”
    • $599.00 32GB
    • $749.00 128GB
    • $899.00 256GB
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro Gets update to 256GB for $1099.00
  • Both  new iPad Pros  are available for purchase March 24 and Ships March 31

As you can see here, there is no news on the new iPhone 7. My personal thoughts are that Apple is pulling a stunt where they are going to have a keynote with the new iPhone at the new Headquarters location. Otherwise, do you really think they’re going to make the world wait another year before they release a new iPhone? I think they just want to change their schedule up, keep the rumors, rumors and the facts hidden, like most apple campaigns.

Anthony Esposito

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