This week on AI: Apple's not-so-curved 'iPhone 8,' new iPads coming soon, 4K Apple TV in testing & moreThis week we learned that Apple's "iPhone 8" may have a curved OLED screen, but not as curved as some were anticipating. Future iPads also made the news, along with possible signs that Apple is already testing a 4K Apple TV running "tvOS 11."
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Everything you need to know:
- Apple is allegedly being conservative with curved OLED on the "iPhone 8" > >
- New iPads could launch as soon as next week > >
- Those iPads appear to be in testing around the San Francisco Bay Area > >
- Apple is building two more R&D centers in China > >
- A new Apple TV was spotted in online tracking > >
- Russia found Apple guilty of iPhone price fixing > >
- Famous security researcher Jonathan Zdziarski now works for Apple > >
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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:
Supply chain suggests Apple's 'iPhone 8' will sport mildly curved Samsung OLED screen
Rumor: Apple's new iPad Pros could debut next week, with or without an event
New iPad models in testing near Apple's Cupertino headquarters, data suggests
Apple to build two new Chinese R&D centers, spend $507M on research
Developer alleges spotting new Apple TV model, unannounced 'tvOS 11' in use logs
Russia finds Apple guilty of ordering iPhone price fixing with local retailers
Hacker, iOS researcher Jonathan Zdziarski hired by Apple's device security department
Apple & others back Google in opposing FBI warrant for overseas emails
Pandora guns for Spotify & Apple Music with new Premium on-demand service
Over 187,000 apps could become obsolete with Apple's 64-bit only 'iOS 11'
Seventh betas of macOS 10.12.4 and iOS 10.3 released for public & developer testing
Indonesian iPhone sales to resume on March 31 after Apple R&D investments