Video shows possible new iPhone 7 without headphone jack


The rumors surrounding the next version of Apple’s iPhone have, as usual, spanned a wide range of possibilities. Now, however, we may have something a bit more concrete. 

On Sunday, a video surfaced that purports to show the iPhone 7, which is expected be released this fall, but hasn’t been shown off by Apple

The new video comes from a Weibo user in China and was posted on YouTube by 9to5Mac

In the video, which is narrated in Chinese, we see the supposed new iPhone 7 compared to an iPhone 6S. Based on the visuals alone, we see that the alleged new iPhone has redesigned antenna lines, a larger camera and, most importantly, no headphone jack.  Read more…

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Lil Wayne, Usher Help Romeo Santos ‘Revolutionize’ Bachata Music

‘It was the first time you hear an artist from the mainstream singing bachata,’ former Aventura frontman tells MTV News of single ‘Promise.’
By Christina Garibaldi

<P><a href=””>Romeo Santos</a>, the former lead singer of the popular bachata group <a href=””>Aventura</a>, has taken a new step in his career, venturing out on his own as a solo artist. Mixing his signature bachata flair with some R&B, he is showing fans a whole new side on his debut album, <i>Formula, Vol. 1.</i> </P><P> </P><P></p><div class=”player-placeholder right” title=”Romeo Breaks Into Mainstream With Lil Wayne” id=”vid:734074″ width=”240″ height=”211″></div><p> </P><P> </P><P>Hoping to spread his unique sound and style to a mainstream audience, Santos enlisted <a href=””>Lil Wayne</a> for his latest single, “All Aboard.” </P><P> </P><P>”This song ‘All Aboard,’ that tune allowed me to expand and kind of offer my audience something totally different because it’s not bachata &#8212; I’m singing English and that was really fun,” Santos recently told MTV News. “I was a little nervous about that, but people actually really accepted it.” </P><P> </P><P>Santos and Weezy recently shot the video for “All Aboard” in Miami; he called the clip “sexy,” “seductive” and “elegant,” but also revealed that this collaboration came very close to not making his album. </P><P> </P><P>”I was just like, I like the song but it’s missing something, and at first I couldn’t figure out what it was,” Santos said. “What we did was we left 16 bars open, and I was like, you know, who would rip this track? Lil Wayne. So we reached out. It barely made the album because he’s a busy dude, so he actually got on the record two months after we submitted it. It was like, if we don’t get his vocals in the next two days we hit, and we got it, so we made it and the song is just really great.” </P><P> </P><P>Wayne isn’t the only artist Santos pulled in for his album. On his last single, “Promise,” he teamed up with <a href=””>Usher</a>, who last week joined him onstage at <a href=”/news/articles/1678993/romeo-santos-solo-tour.jhtml”>Santos’ first of three sold-out shows</a> at New York’s Madison Square Garden. </P><P> </P><P>”I felt at that moment once again I was going to revolutionize bachata ’cause it was the first time that you hear an artist from the mainstream singing bachata,” Santos said. “It was a big deal.” </P><P> </P><P><i>What do you think of Romeo Santos’ solo debut? Let us know in the comments.</i></p>

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Pokemon Go code hints at McDonald’s partnership and hidden in-app features

You want fries with your Psyduck? If a snippet of code found in the Pokemon app has been correctly parsed, McDonald’s could soon be a sponsored location within the Pokemon Go app. Deep within the app’s code there’s a curious mention of McDonald’s; specifically, it reads Sponsored.McDonalds, suggesting that the game will have sponsored locations. That’s not too surprising, though. Ninatic Labs, the company that built Pokemon Go (and Ingress, which we should now consider a ‘proof of concept’ for Pokemon if nothing else) has previously said there would be sponsored locations in the app. It’s just not clear what…

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Cisco brings some (real) friends to the chat-bot party

The next time you chat with someone on Cisco Systems’ Spark messaging service, that someone may not be a co-worker — or even a person. Welcome to the world of bots.

On Monday at the Cisco Live conference, Cisco said it’s working with the messaging company Gupshup so more developers can bring their bots into Spark. It also introduced a partnership with, a natural-language software company, in part to help developers build interfaces where users can just talk to bots.

Bots aren’t brand-new to Spark, but Gupshup prides itself on its chat-bot development platform, which is designed to make it easy to build bots and make them available through popular communications channels. The list already includes Facebook, Skype, Twitter and Slack.

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