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Wednesday Apple Rumors: iPhone 7 Plus May Be Named iPhone 7 Pro

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Here are your Apple Rumors for today:

Sling : The fourth-generation Apple ( AAPL ) TV may be about to get an app for Sling TV , reports MacRumors. One TV owner sighted a Sling TV app on their TV and installed it. The owner claims that the app works well, but it was removed from the tvOS store shortly after it was downloaded. This could mean that a Sling TV app is nearing its launch on the set-top box. This would be a change from the previous generation of TVs, which didn't support the app.

Pro : A new rumor claims that the iPhone 7 Plus will be called the iPhone 7 Pro , BGR notes. The rumor claims that the tech company wants to make this name change in an effort to further separate it from the smaller version of the smartphone. Other rumors have claimed that the iPhone 7 Plus will have a two-camera system, which will be missing from the normal iPhone 7. This name change could help separate the two devices if this is the case. It would also keep with the company's new naming convention, which has the 12.9-inch iPad being named the iPad Pro.

9.3 : The iOS 9.3 beta makes it clear if a device is tracked by an employer , reports 9to5Mac . The iOS 9.3 beta is currently in its fifth version and it includes clear identifiers to let employees know that their devices are tracked by employers. This includes it being listed as such in the smartphone's Settings and also having text on the lock screen that reads "This iPhone is managed by your organisation." AAPL has been stepping up its privacy game lately and this is likely a result from its efforts.

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