Apple Store is down and this should mean new Apple products if past records from the Cupertino giant is are to be considered. Currently, we can’t buy anything from the Store and the website greets you with a notice – “We’ve got something special in store for you. And we can’t wait for you to see it. Please check back soon.”
Previously, whenever Apple Store has gone down unexpectedly, the company came up with some major hardware product launch. Well, if that;s true we might see some new products including the latest iPhone 7 in red colour and may be a new 128GB variantof iPhone SE. Interestingly, Apple was recently reported to upgrade its iPad Pro lineup this March and this might be the time. What does raise an eyebrow right now is the lack of any media invite or any related hint of this sort which forces us to believe that the US-based multinational might bring new products through its own online store and not through any official launch.
To recall, some previous rumours have suggested that Apple might unveil three new variants of iPad Pro with 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch screen sizes. While the new iPad Pro lineup is likely to be unveiled at a launch event, the suddenly take-down turns the table to the rumoured red colour iPhone 7 option and iPhone SE 128GB variant.
Meanwhile, a lot has been talked about the upcoming iPhone 8. As per a new report by Bloomberg, Apple is exploring AR features for the next iPhone, which will allow users to change the depth of photographs taken with the phone camera. The company has been rumoured to be working on a revolutionary 3D camera technology and as we move closer to the launch (expected in Q3 2017), some of the rumours are indeed getting the limelight. On the other hand, another set of rumours from ETNews claims that Apple iPhone 8 might feature a ‘water drop resistance’ design resembling the first iPhone. The company is said to use a 3D glass at the back which will curve around all edges just like the original iPhone, however, the new iPhone will still have its own terms of uniqueness especially with the rumoured edge-to-edge 5.8-inch OLED display.