This week on AI: Future iPads, no LTE on Apple Watch 2, 'iPhone 7' street date & more

in General Discussion edited August 2016
Though "iPhone 7" rumors continued to pour in ahead of next month's expected launch, the stars of the show this week may have been stories about what future iPads will bring, and what the second-generation Apple Watch might not.

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Everything you need to know:

  • Apple could have a 10.5-inch iPad in 2017, and an AMOLED model in 2018 > >
  • There probably won't be LTE in the second-gen Apple Watch > >
  • The "iPhone 7" may ship Sept. 23 > >
  • Regular 4.7-inch models may have cameras with optical image stabilization > >
  • Artificial intelligence and augmented reality will be important to Apple's future > >
  • Apple is building an Asia-Pacific R&D center > >
  • Not one but two public betas of iOS 10 were released > >

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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

Apple to debut 10.5" iPad Pro in 2017, integrate flexible AMOLED tech in 2018

Apple Watch with built-in cellular data unlikely to arrive this year - report

Street date for Apple's 'iPhone 7' could be Sept. 23, AT&T document hints

Alleged camera module for Apple's 'iPhone 7' may hint at optical image stabilization

Tim Cook says AI & augmented reality are core technologies in Apple's future

Apple CEO Tim Cook touring China, pledges Asia-Pacific R&D center

Apple issues 7th developer & 6th public betas of iOS 10 as final launch approaches

Angela Ahrendts attends Apple Store grand opening at World Trade Center in New York City

Apple wins appeal in Time Machine tech patent infringement suit

Apple touts environmental progress in China, says all final assembly sites zero waste compliant

'iPhone 7' expected to continue Apple's normal naming conventions, no 'Pro' model

Australian banks denied interim approval to negotiate over Apple Pay
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