This week on AI: Three iPhones in 2017, Apple takes on Snapchat, surprise iOS 9.3.5 update & more

in General Discussion edited August 2016
The "iPhone 7" may still be just around the corner, but the focus of news is already beginning to lean more heavily on future Apple products, including 2017 iPhones, new Macs, and potential health technologies.

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Everything you need to know:

  • There may be not one but three flagship iPhone models next year > >
  • Apple could make another attempt at social media with a Snapchat-like app > >
  • iOS 9.3.5 was released to tackle vulnerabilities used by an Israeli company to spy on iPhones > >
  • Apple supplier Pegatron is still exploiting workers, an activist group said > >
  • Upcoming Macs may support 10Gbps USB 3.1 > >
  • Apple bought out medical records firm Gliimpse > >
  • New iOS 10 betas were released to developers and the public > >

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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

Apple may launch three new iPhones in 2017, limiting curved OLED to one model - report

Apple to take on Snapchat, Facebook in 2017 with new iPhone video editing app - report

Apple issues iOS 9.3.5 update, patching serious security issues discovered just 10 days ago

Watchdog group finds Pegatron exploiting workers in lead up to 'iPhone 7' launch

macOS Sierra beta points to future Macs equipped with 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2

Apple's health push continues with reported buyout of digital records firm Gliimpse

Apple issues 8th developer beta of iOS 10, 7th public release

Apple shakes up retail workforce with new and renamed job titles, other changes

Foxconn acknowledges deaths of two workers from Apple-focused Zhengzhou plant [u]

Touch controllers on iPhone 6, 6 Plus failing in specific way for some users

Apple Music Festival to feature Elton John, Alicia Keys, Chance the Rapper, others

Apple again rumored to axe iPhone home button in 2017

Apple gets green light to add 1,000 jobs at Irish headquarters

Intel plots attack on Apple's partnership with TSMC, looks to build A-series chips by 2018

'iPhone 7' production affected by low yields on waterproof speaker, dual camera - report

UMG moratorium on exclusives may have killed Lady Gaga deal with Apple Music

Sources: iPhone 6 series 'touch disease' now accounting for about 11% of Apple Store repairs
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