Apple won't release its next-generation iPhone until the fall of 2016, so there are still months of development ahead. For the current time, Apple's flagship iPhones are the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus, released to the public in September of 2015.

Though it will be several months before the new iPhone 7 launches, rumors about the device started trickling out in January of 2016. We've already gleaned many details about the upcoming iPhone, giving us plenty of information on what to expect when it debuts.

Since the 3GS launched in 2009, Apple has used an alternating "S" naming formula to mark years where the iPhone does not receive a major redesign, saving its numbered upgrades for years where design changes are introduced.

Releases have been as follows:

2007 - iPhone

2008 - iPhone 3G
2009 - iPhone 3GS
2010 - iPhone 4 (new design)
2011 - iPhone 4s
2012 - iPhone 5 (new design)
2013 - iPhone 5s
2014 - iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (new design)
2015 - iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

The next-generation iPhone is expected to be called the iPhone 7, but there have been some rumors suggesting Apple could drop its standard numbered naming convention, instead calling the 2016 iPhone the "iPhone Pro." It is unclear at this point if those rumors are accurate.

Because 2015 marked an "S" iPhone upgrade year that introduced new features such as an improved camera and a better processor, 2016 will bring an even-year upgrade that will include a new iPhone design in addition to new features.


Apple will continue releasing two versions of each iPhone, so we can expect to see an iPhone 7 and an iPhone 7 Plus in 2016. Apple is said to be planning to stick to the 4.7- and 5.5-inch screen sizes it first introduced with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Apple could make some big changes on the iPhone 7’s spec sheet. The latest rumor from 9to5Mac hints that the next iPhone may finally come with a minimum of 32GB of storage. The news comes from one IHS Technology analyst, whose sources and research seem to confirm that Apple will finally increase the amount of storage on the base iPhone model.

As for other specs, there are a number of reports hinting that Apple will move from LCD screens to OLED screens in the near future. Some reports say the iPhone 7 will get an OLED screen, but others say the new screens won’t be ready in time and will arrive on later iPhones.

Analyst Kuo also chimed in on the iPhone 7 with another report, claiming it will run on a new A10 chip built entirely by TSMC, a Taiwanese chip manufacturer that has worked with Apple in the past, and built some of the current A9 processors. He also claims the iPhone 7 Plus will have 3GB of RAM, while the iPhone 7 will only use 2GB. Foxconn will apparently manufacture the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and it should launch towards the end of this year, says Kuo.

Wealth X, the global wealth intelligence and prospecting company, has listed Facebook co-founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg as the wealthiest individual under the age of 35 years, with personal fortune of $41.6 billion. Fellow Facebook co-founders Dustin Moskovitz and Eduardo Saverin join him on the list also.
Huiyan Yang, 34, vice chairman of Chinese real estate developer Country Garden Holdings, is the richest women on the list. Only six women figure among the top 20.
SnapChat chief executive Evan Spiegel, 25, is the youngest to make it to the list with net worth of $1.9 billion.
Tech industry dominates the list being the source of riches for nine of these individuals.
As many as 11 of the top 20 are from US, while three from China and Switzerland.

Who are under top 10?

Rich under 35
List of wealthy youth

How much they earn?


Now, what will you do after reading this post? You get inspired and start paving your path to this list of wealthy people under the age of 35 years. So, keep thinking for the new ideas that will make you rich and also benefit us!

According to a survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, Melbourne (Australia) is the most liveable city in the world. It has topped the list for the fifth consecutive year. The survey looked at liveable criteria – healthcare, education, stability, culture, environment and infrastructure – of 140 cities. Each city was rated out of 100. Melbourne received a score of 97.5, with its low crime rate a key factor in retaining the title.

What are the top five cities?

1.       Melbourne (Australia)

2.       Vienna (Austria)

3.       Vancouver (Canada)

4.       Toronto (Canada)

5.       Adelaide (Australia)

5.       Calgary (Canada)

What are the bottom five cities?

136. Tripoli (Libya)

137. Lagos (Nigeria)

138. Port Moresby (PNG)

139. Dhaka (Bangladesh)

140. Damascus (Syria)

What are the trends?

1.       Since 2010, average liveability across the world has fallen by 1%, led by a 2.2% fall in the score for stability and safety.

2.       57 of the cities surveyed have seen declines in liveability over the last 5 years.

3.       Deterioration in previously stable regions, such as Europe and North America, caused by incidents like the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris and civil unrest in a number of US cities.

4.       Tokyo ranked 15th, Paris 29th and New York 55th. Harare, Kathmandu and Dubai recorded the most improved scores.

5.       After Melbourne, 4 more Australian cities on list Adelaide (5th), Sydney (7th), Perth (8th), Brisbane (18th).

6.       7 Chinese cities improved their ranking because of a lower threat from civil unrest; Beijing moved up five places to 69.

7.       Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests last year resulted in a 3.2% decline in liveability.

Health and Wealth
Plants That Boost your Health & Wealth

We have all seen Amitabh Bachchan bounce back when his career was going down to hill with his blue sapphire and even Lord of the Rings star, Cate Blanchett, has her elf ears stashed away safely for good luck. But why only celebs; all of us have little good luck secrets, don't we? And what could be better than a lucky charm that's eco-friendly as well ? Yes, we are talking about lucky plants - the ones that supposedly radiate positive energy and attract good fortune, happiness and prosperity. There was a time when most of these plants were region specific, like the good ol' Tulsi adorning Indian courtyards, but of late, it has came to global trend. You will find miniature bamboo shoots in every other Indian household or office, sitting quietly in a corner and auguring good fortune foe its owner.

So here's a list of some plants and herbs considered lucky around the world. Pick your elixir....



The aztecs of central Mexico consider a following cactus auspicious. According to them, a blooming cactus flower symbolizes good luck and its owner can expect good news immediately. According to the legends, the gods of sun and war had promised Aztec priest that one day, someone would spot an eagle perched on a cactus and holding a snake. This would mean that they had found their home. And it supposedly happened! Aztecs hurried to the swampy shores of a lake to see this wonderful sight and as they watched, the cactus grew into an island, which became their new home.

Peace Lily

Peace Lily
Peace lily

This dark green plant with gorgeous white bright flowers helps you prosper by improving the indoor air quality. It also helps prevent asthma, headaches, chronic illness, cancer and more. The peace lily does all that by simply residing in any of a corner in your home. it can clean out formaldehyde, benzene and carbon monoxide from the ambient air, apart from the fumes like cigarette smoke and furniture fumes, etc.

Money Plant

Money Plant
Money Plant

Often used in Feng Shui, a money plants is said to produce a positive energy flow that attracts good luck and fortune. In China, the money plant is traditionally given as a New Year gift. But there's a catch: The plant's shoot must always point upward for it to bring you wealth. Also according to the popular belief, owners get richer if the plant is propagated sing stolen bamboo branches. On the downside, the person from whom the clippings are stolen, supposedly stands to lose wealth.

Snake Plant

Snake Plant
Snake Plant
It has been scientifically proven that this good luck plant absorbs certain poisonous gases from the ambient air. It also releases water vapour in large quantities to provide natural humidity to its surroundings. Thus, in extremely dry dry climates, it's certainly good to have one of these plants at home. A flowering species, primarily grown for its long sword like long leaves, it picked up the name Mother-in-Law's tongue owing to the sharpness of the evergreen leaves that spike upward.

Bamboo Shoots  

Bamboo Shoots
Bamboo Shoots

A bundle of bamboo shoots tied together with a red ribbon - this popular Chinese good luck charm is quite a range in India. The more the stalks, luckier the bundle. The mantra is - two for love, three for happiness, longevity and wealth, four for solidarity and oneness in the family, five or eight for the wealth, six or nine for good luck and fortune, seven for good health and 21 stalks for heavenly blessings.



It is said to increase brain power, attract love and encourage lust. Rosemary relaxes your mind and keeps you youthful. It helps you healing, protection and purification.



It represents immortality, longevity, and wisdom. Sage is associated with granting of wishes and is used in rites common to many religions and cultures.



Known as the one of the most powerful aphrodisiacs, jasmine helps keep romance alive. It is believed to attract love, money and prophetic dreams.



Lavender is known for its mod - elevating and calming properties. Its scent is said to bring a sense of inner peace. Applying lavender oil on your forehead and behind your ears alleviates headaches and improves sleep. Allegedly, it's also supposed to help one attract men - and see ghosts! So all the ghostbusters are out there with lavender, now you knew what to do.