iPhone SE and S7 with Pro models for 2016 entire range revealed by Martin Hajek
|iPhone SE and S7 with Pro models for 2016 entire range revealed by Martin Hajek|
The famous Swiss designer Martin Hajek, known for its many reports of Apple products, has recurred in us revealing in advance all the iPhone ranges for 2016. The iPhone SE, iPhone 7 and iPhone Pro (or 7 plus), all were made in 3D taking into account the elements of the most credible rumors. So we find the dual sensor of the iPhone Pro, the expanded sensor of the iPhone 7 (larger photosites?), the lack of air strips on the back for the Pro 7, the shell of the iPhone SE inherited from that of the current iPhone 6s or even stereo sound output. And as often we say that reality should not be too far from what we see here ...
Apple wants to create its own cloud infrastructure for servers and storage
To operate its online services (such as iCloud, sending photos via iMessage, etc), Apple has three competitors: Amazon, Microsoft and Google recently. All three respectively propose infrastructure able to absorb heavy loads to allow anyone to transmit data.
But Apple has a plan: to create its own infrastructure to rely less on competitors. Re / code says the project is called "McQueen" internally. It is in development, but could not see the day. Indeed, it takes serious work, Apple need of many resources. An infrastructure to manage the data of hundreds of millions around the world requires an impressive amount of servers everywhere, all this takes time and money.
VentureBeat adds a layer and announced that Apple would not be satisfied with AWS, Amazon's cloud service. The problem would lie with the inability to quickly bring photos and videos to the cloud iPhone or iPad. Apple considers internally having its own infrastructure could correct this problem and be profitable in three years.
Nothing is done immediately, the discussions are still at the beginning. The project could well advance, as it could be abandoned. Apple would remain so with Amazon, Microsoft and Google.
Retaliation: Apple removes Astropad from the App Store
Astropad, the app that toggles on the iPad sessions Photoshop, Lightroom and others just simply be removed from the App Store. If the studio does not give explanations to the withdrawal - and says he only works to resolve the situation as soon as possible - we doubt that this is retaliation from Apple following the description of the app clearly indicating the compatibility of Apple Pencil stylus with the new iPad in 2016. This information was not made official by Apple, the Californian will have wanted to make an example, and even if the "ban" has every chance be temporary.
The developers have confirmed the band because of this censorship, recalling that they had made no specific information on the iPad that will be presented at the next Keynote (scheduled next Monday); it is of course not have to believe them (why such an app description otherwise?), and all this looks very much like a back-pedaling to safeguard the "surprise" of the announcement at the Keynote. Apple definitely not Mess with his NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement)...