AppleInsider podcast talks 2016 iPhone & MacBook rumors, Apple Watch gripes, open source Swift, more
A flurry of hardware rumors was at the core of this week's AppleInsider podcast, which discussed Apple's potential axing of iPhone's 3.5mm headphone jack, an oft-speculated return to the 4-inch smartphone format and hearsay about a 15-inch MacBook Air.
- "iPhone 7" might ditch headphone jack for Lightning or Bluetooth
- 15-inch MacBook Air and/or redesigned MacBook Pro and/or MacBook models
- Unhappy Apple Watch owners sound off on device shortcomings
- Teardown of iPad Pro's A9X SoC reveals 12-cluster GPU
- 4-inch "iPhone 6c"
- Amazon Prime Instant Video app for tvOS
- Apple takes Swift open source
- Reader poll: best note taking app for iOS
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- Apple rumored to ditch headphone jack on 'iPhone 7' for Lightning connector audio
- Rumor: Apple to unveil redesigned MacBook Airs, new 15" model at WWDC 2016
- Total Apple Watch sales predicted to double this holiday, reaching 12M in 2015
- Study: Dissatisfied Apple Watch owners cite lack of features, but half will buy next-gen model
- Teardown reveals iPad Pro A9X sports dual-core CPU, 12-cluster GPU, built by TSMC
- Apple's new 4-inch iPhone will have A9 CPU & Apple Pay, launch in early 2016, insider says li>Amazon says Instant Video app for tvOS could launch 'within a few weeks'
- Apple programming language Swift goes open source
- AI readers pick: The best note taking app for iOS is Apple Notes
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