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Apple may be secretly building iPhone 8 in Israel

The iPhone 7 is barely settling into our pockets, but already Apple is developing the hardware for next year’s tenth-birthday iPhone 8 — at least according to a somewhat dubious new report, citing a source in Apple’s Israel office. The report claims that hardware for the next-gen iPhone is being developed at Apple’s offices in […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple le
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