On Tuesday, the NY court district received a request to launch a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc. The Catcher Technology accounts about 30-35 percent of the new iPhone shipments in the future.
The actual complaint says that the new iOS has significantly interfered with iPhone 4s' performance to such an extent that it is unreliable for everyday use. One thing is for sure, Apple will be having a very busy year next year, as it will be launching a slew of new products to satisfy its growing consumer base.
Plaintiff Chaim Lerman asserts Apple engaged in deceptive trade practices and false advertisement by touting iOS 9 as compatible with legacy handsets dating back to iPhone 4s models.
We recently reported that the current-generation Apple iPhone 6S is waterproof to a certain extent, with the IC being covered with a layer of silicon.
Reports have suggested that the iPhone 7 will launch in October 2016, have a new design, and could do away with the home button.
Further there are reviews at DigiTimes which claims the subsequent iPhone to be waterproof and use new supplies to cover its antenna.
Rumors about iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have been circulating all over the web, and it seems like fans will finally get what they've always wanted in an Apple smartphone. The case argued that the company is after profits from new contract agreements of cellular carriers.
It might be thinner than iPhone 6S' 7.1mm body thickness as Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities said it'll be between 6mm and 6.5mm thick. Apple is also said to incorporate an upgraded version of the 3D Touch pressure sensitive display technology. We will continue reporting about the latest rumors around iPhone 7 as and when they surface online.
Demand for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus appear to have slowed down and shipments of iPhone devices from production lines in the fourth quarter of 2015 are likely to be 5-10% lower than originally expected. So, that gives us a long 9 months to keep talking.
Is this what the iPhone 7 will look like without a Home button?