Apple News: Three New iPads To Be Released; AirPods Tracker Rejected?

Jan 09, 2017 09:51 AM EST | JM Zamora

Good news and bad news for all Apple enthusiast out there! Good news? Apple will be releasing three new iPad models this coming spring. Bad news? Airpods Tracker is rejected by Apple to be distributed.

Apple is rumored to release three new iPad models in different sizes this year. The new models will be 9.7 inches, 12.9 inches, and 10 - 10.5 inches iPads. According to the verge, the rumor started when respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted the new iPads forthcoming. Kuo shared possible specifications of the new Apple iPad models.

The 12.9-inch model will run at A10X chip and could be the company's second generation iPad Pro. The 10-inch to 10.5-inch is predicted to incorporate narrow bezel designs and will also run at A10X chip. It will also be a Pro model. The 9.7-inch iPad will run at A9 chip and is tagged to be the cheaper option. Kuo says that shipments will most likely commence this year and it will be more than 35 million to 37 million units.

Meanwhile, AirPods Tracker app is rejected by Apple to be distributed. According to MacRumors, Apple removed the Airpods Finder App in the App Store without an official statement. The Airpods Finder App aims to solve the biggest problem Airpods' users encounter, "not finding the whole piece."

The Airpods Finder app works by using Bluetooth signals to track the ear piece. It tells users whether the Airpods warmer and cooler signal strength is increasing or not. It is speculated that the app's functionality is inaccurate in locating the Airpods. Apple users say that it is a better course than paying $69 dollars for a replacement.

As of the moment, Apple has not confirmed whether it is the app's inaccuracy the reason it was taken down. Rest assured that once it is available, Auto World News will provide an update.

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