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Monday Apple Rumors: Leaked Image May Show iPhone 7 Battery

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Here are your Apple Rumors for today:

iPad : A new rumor claims that Apple ( AAPL ) is ditching the iPad Air 3 , reports Yibada. Accroding to this rumor, the tech company is no longer pursuing development of the iPad Air 3 due to the switch to the iPad Pro line with its recently announced 9.7-inch tablet. This rumor doesn't claim that AAPL has given up on the iPad Air line completely, but instead just claims that the iPad Air 3 is no longer being worked on.

Grammar : Apple executive Phil Schiller has laid down some grammar rules for the company's products , MacRumors notes. Schiller said that it's not proper grammar to refer to its devices in the plural form. This means that terms such as "iPhones" and "iPads Pro" should never be used. Instead, he said the proper way to refer to the company's device is with statements like "iPhone devices." He made these statements in response to a discussion about how to properly pluralize the names of the company's devices.

Battery : The iPhone 7 may have a larger battery than the iPhone 6s , reports 9to5Mac . This information is based on an image that was shared online that claims to be of the batteries for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The batteries are 1735 mAH and 2810 mAH for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have 1715 mAH and 2750 mAH batteries. As with all leaked information, there's now way to confirm if these are the actual battery sizes that will be present in the company's new iPhone line.

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