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| Category:Flamenco albums Category:Spanish musicApple is reportedly planning to launch the iPhone SE in the coming months, following reports that the company is discontinuing its previous entry-level handset. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the new SE will have the same design and some minor improvements that make it identical to the current iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. iPhone SE fans have been frustrated by the lack of a new device in the same category, with the existing iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c just not cutting it. But now, it sounds like the reason they’re not getting a new smartphone is just that — they’re not getting a new smartphone. “For a long time, Apple avoided launching a smaller phone, saying the iPhone was made for people who wanted more,” WSJ’s Marc Sanderson reports. “Now the company is getting back to its roots of making inexpensive smartphones for people who just want something in their pocket.” Apple is planning to launch the new SE in early 2018, according to the WSJ report. "While some of the device's specs have been leaked to the public, including its screen size and resolution, its processor, and the battery capacity, sources say that Apple is still ironing out the final details of the phone," according to the WSJ. "Apple is expected to announce the phone in March at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, and ship it to stores in the second half of the year." It sounds like the new SE will have the same design and specifications as the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, but some recent rumors have suggested that the new model will also support wireless charging. The iPhone SE was introduced in September 2015 as Apple’s entry-level smartphone, but it’s not really the company’s entry-level device. The iPhone 5c, a low-cost iPhone that was introduced in 2013, was sold alongside the iPhone 5s, which is Apple’s more expensive flagship. The move to an iPhone SE model also adds to speculation that the next iPhone could be an iPhone X-sized device that’s significantly larger than current iPhones.Q: Why would I use -[NSURL fileURLWithPath:] Recently I saw this piece of code: - (NSData *)dataWithContentsOfFile:(NSString *)path
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