Apple’s music service will see its first major redesign since it launched just under a year ago – according to a new report.
With just months to go before Apple is expected to pull the veil off its next iPhone, DigiTimes is out with a report this week in which it not only claims that the company could be readying a completely flush touch-sensitive home button for the device, but that Apple’s next major iPhone upgrade may also arrive both waterproof (and dustproof) as a result.
Arriving as yet another possible hint that we might just be seeing that new Apple Watch unveiled at WWDC2016, after all … Apple at the end of last week told developers that if they wish to develop new apps for the wrist-top platform, they must be natively built to work with watchOS 2 – by June 1.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims this weekend that Apple is soon planning to ditch the iPhone’s aluminium casing, in favour for replacing it with an all-glass enclosure.
Speculation continues to swirl around whether or not the company is planning to rebrand its desktop operating system from the long used Mac OS X, to simply ‘MacOS.’