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Apple’s To unveil Red iPhone 7, New iPad Pro , 128GB iPhone SE at March Event 2017

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According to Macotakara last year, Apple is working on a new red color option for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. In the previous report, it was a little unclear that if apple is adding that new color option to the the existing iPhone 7 and 7 Plus or it will be on the iPhone 7s / next the iPhone. But it’s being rumored that Apple is going to unveil it’s new new Red Color or other color options to it’s current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus model on this March event where Apple will launch their new flagship iPad model probably new iPad pro 7.9 inch (Next version of iPad mini). Apple might also new storage options to their iPhone SE model. That iPhone is popular for the people who loves smaller screen iPhones and they are very much comfortable with the smaller size.

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According to our information source, at the new iPad Pro launch event held in March, 2017, it seems that 128GB model would be possibly added to the models with the storage capacity variations, which are 16 GB, 64 GB, of iPhone SE.

The report indicates that Apple will announce all this year’s latest iPads in March, with near-immediate availability for most of them while the rumored new 10.5-inch iPad Pro would be pre-announced for availability in May. Apple has already sent invitation for their biggest event of the year WWDC’2017. Apple will be releasing their iOS 11 beta, watchOS 4 beta, and a new macOS 10.13 / x. If you want to install the iOS 11 beta or any watchOS beta or upcoming macOS earlier then you need to register your iPhone / iPad / Mac UDID to Apple Developer Account here > and install them as soon as the beta version is out after the WWDC 2017 event (June 5th-7th 2017) this year. Follow us in your Apple News app in your iPhone. Stay tuned for more latest updates.

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