Apple’s See you on the 7th Event – Review

Apple has now had their September 2016 event where they announced the iPhone 7/Plus and Apple Watch Series 2.

In this post I am going to give you my detailed impressions on each of these announcements and the event in itself in chronological order.

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Top 5: Reasons to NOT get a 32GB iPhone 7/Plus

Apple has just announced the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which come with double the storage capacities of the previous generation, now resulting in 32, 128 and 256GB’s of storage.

This is definitely great because a) Apple has moved on from the 16GB model and b) you get more value for money.

In this top 5, I am going to list the reasons why despite the base model now starting at 32GB, you should skip it and go straight to the 128GB model.

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Apple’s “See you on the 7th” Event – Expectations – UPDATE #1

Apple today announced their next keynote event being on the 7th of September 2016 starting at 10am local time at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California.

In this post I am going to quickly go over what I expect to see at this event.

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Initial Impressions: WWDC 2016 Keynote

UPDATE #1: Changes to list of compatible iOS 10 devices.

Apple’s WWDC has just started with the opening keynote, where the company announced:

  • macOS Sierra
  • iOS 10
  • watchOS 3
  • tvOS 10
  • Swift Playgrounds

In this post with the event having finished not that long ago, here are my impressions of everything announced:

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How Apple can handle removing the headphone jack

Disclaimer: When I refer to headphones, I mean earphones, in-ear earphones and headphones.

There is no denying it, the iPhone 7 is almost definitely (I’ll say 70% chance of happening prior to chassis leaks) going to get rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack and force users to use either Bluetooth or Lightning cabled headphones.

In this blog post, I try to address what are likely the most frequently asked questions when it comes to removing the headphone jack from a future iOS device, starting with:

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