Things started off slow, but there has been smartwatch news galore this week. The Apple Watch 2 is the latest wearable making the rounds through the rumor mill, and it could debut with an interesting new panel.
If you’re a (former) Warcraft (or Starcraft) player, you probably know what “Samsung Gosu” means. Gosu is a Korean term used by hardcore keyboard warriors with regard to a highly skilled player which dominates the game. And speaking about dominating the “game”, the Korean tech giant Samsung managed to ship over 80 million smartphones in the second quarter of 2016, dominating (as in “pwning) “the big game” authoritatively.
According to the reputable leakster Evan Blass, the official (and final) launching date of the long sought after iPhone 7 is Friday, September 16th and you can take that to the bank folks!
The floodgates holding back the iPhone 7 have officially burst, and while we have a good idea of what we will see from Apple in September, it’s always fun to think towards the future. A new iPhone 7cs concept render recently caught our eye, and we think you’ll dig it as well – especially if you’ve longed for a different design.
Yet another day of the week and yet another iPhone 7 leak. There’s at least one leak regarding the iPhone 7 that comes out every day. Yesterday, we had a leaked video of the iPhone 7 Plus/Pro. If you haven’t seen that already, click here. Today we have a leak from none other than Evan Blass, the master leakster. Most of his leaks turn out to be true and this one may well be correct looking back at the previous launch dates that Apple has had. Evan took to his Twitter page, like he always does, to announce the iPhone 7 launch date.
Another day, another rumor about the upcoming next-gen of Apple made devices, but today we have something more “juicy”, i.e. a leaked video which depicts an iPhone 7 Plus (or Pro, whatever the moniker is).
While the iPhone 7 doesn’t appear to have any changes coming its way in the design department, the iPhone 8 release is going to be the one to watch. While we settle in to wait for official news, we have a new iPhone 8 render to gawk at that shows what the handset might look like with and Edgeless display.
Pokemon Go is making a fortune for Nintendo and it’s already a legend in its own time, being the most popular game in the history of the United States. Today’s good news comes for Canadians, as the beloved augmented reality app for Android and iOS is now available in their country for download.
With just around 8 weeks to the official launch of the iPhone 7, the number of leaks surrounding the latest iPhone doesn’t seem to stop. The rumor mill has been going crazy with the alleged specs of the iPhone and there is still no official confirmation from Apple. It all started with the 3.5mm jack which is rumored to be replaced in the Apple iPhone 7 with their proprietary connector. Then came the redesigned antenna lines, larger battery and a larger camera bump.
Which is the most powerful chipset on the planet right now? The answer to that question is obvious, and all of you might be thinking of the Snapdragon 820. Yes, it is true and the SD 820 is by far the best chipset out there. There is also the Snapdragon 821, which was announced recently. But in terms of single core performance, Apple’s very own A9 chipset is the winner by a considerable margin. Now, we have the alleged Apple A10 chipset that appeared on Geekbench today. Can it beat the Snapdragon 820?