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Wednesday Apple Rumors: Apple Releases New Developer Version of Safari

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Shipping : Apple's ( AAPL ) new iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro are starting to ship , reports MacRumors. The new smart devices from the tech company have a launch date of March 31 and are being sent out ahead of time so that some users ordering online will receive them on launch day. Customers have reported delivery dates ranging from March 31 to April 4. The devices will also be available for purchase at the company's physical stores tomorrow, but supplies may be limited.

Safari : Apple has launched a new version of Safari for developers , 9to5Mac notes. The new version of the company's web browser is called Safari Technology Preview. It includes previews of new features that will be coming to the browser before they are actually released, which lets developers get a head start on their own projects. The new version of Safari will be updated once every two weeks.

Charging : iPad Pro owners now have a faster way to charge the 12.9-inch tablet , reports Digital Trends. A new Lightning to USB-C cable has been released by the company and it's compatible with the 29-watt adapter released by AAPL. These two items together can take normal charge times of five to six hours for the iPad Pro and cut them down by 50% to 60%. The change will surely be appreciated by owners of the tablet, but it will set them back by $75 to $85, depending on the length of the cable bought.

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