Apple Product Pipeline 2016: What to expect in 2016 from Apple
Apple’s products are liberating, yet a security and surveillance curse at the same time.
Liberty versus government/big business fascist control issues abound.
Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous talks with Senior Tech reporter Aaron Pressman about what to expect from Apple’s product pipeline in 2016.
Apple (AAPL) shares may have not done much for investors in 2015. However, the tech giant was very busy cranking out new products–from the Apple Watch, Apple Pay, Apple Music, Apple TV and of course the iPhone 6S, just to name a few.Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous talks with Senior Tech reporter Aaron Pressman in the video above about what gadget fanatics should be on the look out for from Apple in the New Year.
There is a lot of buzz about an iPhone 7 rolling out in 2016. Fans of the old iPhone will be happy to hear that that the 4-inch phone may also make a comeback. Something a bit more controversial swirling around is the removal of the headphone jack, which means users would have to invest in Bluetooth-connected or Lightning headphones. Other rumors being tossed around are a better camera with two lenses and a waterproof iPhone, according to Pressman.
Apple Watch 2
The second version of the Apple Watch is rumored to launch at an Apple event in March 2016, and go on sale in April. Pressman expects the new Apple Watch to be a little thinner and cooler. He is hoping to see a faster processor and longer battery life, as well. There is also chatter about sleep tracking and more health functions. Pressman thinks Apple may be trying to make it more a part of people’s lives because the Apple Watch really hasn’t caught on with consumers.
Continued at: Apple products: What to expect in 2016 – Yahoo Finance