Apple to launch new iPhone, iPad in March: 9to5mac
Feb 15 2016 by Kate Woods
This time, however, Apple is not taking pre orders for iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3, and instead going straight for the kill in the markets, with practically no shelf time between launch and sale.
According to a new report, Apple is quietly preparing to launch a new 4-inch iPhone, the iPhone 5se, at an event on March 15th.
"Apple will be releasing iPad Air 3 and a new 4" iPhone next month just a few weeks after releasing its newest iPhone 6. Since the iPhone came into existence in the year 2007, the 0.4 percent increase in shipments in the fiscal 1 quarter was the too slowest ever rise in the sales of iPhone.
The iPhone 5se will spell good news for iPhone 5s users looking for upgrades to hardware.
Apple did not immediately respond to Reuters.
Setting that value to zero, causes some serious issues for Apple devices. "If Apple wants to kill your phone under any set of circumstances and for any reason, it has to make it crystal clear to its customers before the damage is done", he said.
Apple has stepped up its investment in entertainment, bankrolling radio programs for Apple Music, a tour documentary starring pop star Taylor Swift a year ago and exploring the creation of a live TV service.
Reports are also widespread that a 15-inch MacBook Air will join the 13-inch and 12-inch variants but in the process, Apple will retire the 11-inch build.
"Vital Signs" is an experimental one-off and not part of those efforts, the individual said.
Why it mattersApple's iPad update is particularly important for the company because Apple's iPad segment has been on the decline. Dre's publicist didn't respond to requests for comment.
Apple is all set to hold their next major event on the 15 of March, according to reports via 9to5Mac, one of the leading names when it comes to Apple rumors and inside information who have a proven track record in the past. Dr. Dre joined the technology giant in 2014 when it paid $3 billion for Beats Electronics and Beats Music, both of which he co-founded.