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iOS 10, iPhone 7, and New FAA Passenger Carry-On Guidelines

September 09, 2016

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Apple Event - September 7 Recap

Folks, the rumors are true: there is no headphone jack on the iPhone 7. You can check out the new Apple AirPods here. Despite this, the new iPhones host an extensive set of features for your smartphone needs: a revised home button, water-resistance, a dual-lens camera on the Plus model, and more. And what’s more, “the security on the new iPhone will be the best of its kind,” as James Corden highlighted at the beginning of the event on Wednesday in Tim Cook and his drive to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.

During Apple’s Event this past Wednesday, September 7, Apple also unveiled iOS 10. With the new iOS update includes a patch on the issue found earlier this month around hackers gaining access to iPhone users’ messages. iOS 10 will be available for download Tuesday, September 13. Additionally, iOS 10 boasts richer lockscreen notifications, water detection, widgets for your lockscreen, and third-party integration with Siri. A detailed list of the updates can be found on TechRadar.

Learn more of The Good Stuff From Wednesday’s Apple Event.

Apple Pay Expands Global and Virtual Footprint

Apple Pay plans to expand its service to three new countries in the fall this year: Japan, New Zealand, and Russia. With the expansion will also come the ability to use Apple Pay on a Safari browser, assuming you’re running macOS Sierra on at least a 2012 Mac.

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