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3/19/2016
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Eric Zeman
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iPhone SE, iPad Air Pro Expected At Apple's March 21 Event

Apple has a smaller iPhone, refreshed iPad, and loads of new software on deck for a media event scheduled for March 21. Here's what we know.


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Susan Fourtané
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3/20/2016 | 6:29:02 AM
Night Shift
I think I will enjoy iOS 9.3 new Night Shift. What about a so much expected double SIM slot for the iPhone? Will this be coming in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus? 

-Susan
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