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Expect This Surprise from Apple’s iPhone 7 Launch in September 2016

Everyone on social media wants to know about the iPhone 7, launch date and rumors. Although most websites will mention the unavailability of the date due to the simple fact that there is still quite some time left for the event, but we’ll let you in the secret – the Apple iPhone 7 event is to be held on September 16, 2016.

The new iPhone 7 will have a screen size of 4.7 and 5.5 inches, just like they do now. However, a major change Apple intends to implement is the removal of the headphone jack in order to further advance initiatives in Bluetooth and other wireless technologies. Plus, we’ve heard that it will use a force-touch button to allow for more space for the screen

Apple is also planning to make a much-more rugged iPhone 7 this year, and might make the device water-proof, as well as dust-proof. Also, rumors suggest the iPhone 7 lineup might feature the all-new Sapphire Glass, instead of Corning’s Gorilla glass being used currently in the iWatch, along with wireless charging, just like the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone.

Are Black Holes Backdoors to the Universe?

From the iPhone 7 to black holes, this is a true Q3 future technology article! You know we regularly blog about space technology as well, our last major feature being the discovery of gravitational waves from the fusion of two massive black holes. With scientists trying to gain a deeper understanding into black holes, a recent theory by researchers from the Institute of Corpuscular Physics, Universitat de Valencia, suggests that black holes are actually secret backdoors to the universe.

“One of the biggest problems when studying black holes is that the laws of physics as we know them cease to apply in their deepest regions. Large quantities of matter and energy concentrate in an infinitely small space, the gravitational singularity, where space-time curves towards infinity and all matter is destroyed. Or is it?” the Researchers ask.

“Just as crystals have imperfections in their microscopic structure, the central region of a black hole can be interpreted as an anomaly in space-time, which requires new geometric elements in order to be able to describe them more precisely. We explored all possible options, taking inspiration from facts observed in nature,” the team explains.

"Our theory naturally resolves several problems in the interpretation of electrically-charged black holes. In the first instance we resolve the problem of the singularity, since there is a door at the centre of the black hole, the wormhole, through which space and time can continue," they add.

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