Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Glitch: Some owners of Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone 6s and 6S Plus are having problems with links, reports 9to5Mac. A support forum on the company’s official website has hundred of replies from users that claim clicking on links in Safari, Messages, Notes and other apps doesn’t do anything. Those that click and hold the links have seen their devices crash. The exact cause of the problem is unknown, but it appears to be related to certain apps on the device and can continue even after those apps have been deleted. AAPL doesn’t have an official response to the problem yet.
Fix: Apple has released a new version of iOS 9.3 to fix the activation lock error, AppleInsider notes. This change allows owners of older devices to install iOS 9.3 on them without the problem occurring. However, those users may have to perform a restore through iTunes first to get this new version of the mobile operating system working. The first release of iOS 9.3 resulted in several older iPhones and iPads getting stuck during the update process.
iPhone: New rumors claim that the 2017 iPhone will look more like the iPhone 4, reports MacRumors. These rumors come from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The analysts claims that the 2017 iPhone will have glass covering the rear and front of the device, which would be more like the iPhone 4. He also claims it will have an AMOLED display and curved edges. The rumor also includes wireless charging and the ability to unlock the device with facial or iris images.