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Tuesday Apple Rumors: AAPL May Be Ordering More OLED Displays

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Leading the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) rumor mill today is news of a possible increase in OLED orders. Today, we'll look at that and other Apple Rumors for Wednesday.

OLED Orders : Apple may be ordering a massive amount of OLED displays for upcoming devices , reports AppleInsider . This information comes from investment firm J.P. Morgan. The firm has been searching through the tech company's most recent 10-K filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In the 10-K filing, it found a purchase order lasting more than a year that is valued at $4 billion. This may be the company's OLED display agreement with Samsung Electronic KRW5000 (OTCMKTS: SSNLF ).

iOS 10.2 Public Beta : Apple is now seeding the second update for the public beta of iOS 10.2 , MacRumors notes. The 10.2 update will be one of the major ones for the mobile operating system. This means that it will add several new features to AAPL's mobile devices. New features that have been found in the beta include additional emoji, new wallpapers, a Videos widget, a new TV app and more. This beta was released one day after the second developer beta of iOS 10.2.

MacBook Pro Sales : Sales of the new MacBook Pro laptops are apparently going well , reports DigiTimes . Unnamed sources in foreign supply lines claim that Apple is telling them to expect increased component orders for the laptops. The sources claim that the company is expecting continued interest in the new MacBook Pro computers during its fourth quarter of 2016. These sources also say that the company was initially very passive with component orders for the new computers.

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