Apple initiates screen replacement program for aluminum Watch Series 2 and 3

Apple is starting a screen replacement program covering the aluminum versions of the Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 3. It addresses a crack that may develop along the rounded edge of the screen, starting from one corner and then potentially spreading along the entire perimeter, as shown in the example drawings. The affected models … Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note10+ handily defeats Apple iPhone XS Max in a speed test

The Samsung Galaxy Note10+ beat the Apple iPhone XS Max in the PhoneBuff speed test by a whole 30 seconds. If you’re familiar with the PhoneBuff-styled speed test, you know this is a big deal. And if you’re not familiar, it uses an AI-trained robot to simulate the same actions on both phones, opening a … Read more

Apple is unveiling the new iPhones on September 10

As rumored before, Apple has scheduled its iPhone announcement event for September 10. It will take place in the Steve Jobs Theater at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, at 10 AM local time. The company has sent out the official invites to the event today, and you can see the included artwork below. Innovation … Read more

Interview: Realme’s Madhav Sheth talks Snapdragon 855, Realme XT and Realme OS

After the launch of the Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro last week, we sat down with Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth to learn more about the company’s plans regarding the Snapdragon 855-powered smartphone, Realme OS, and Realme XT. You can check out the full interview below for all the details. Realme India CEO Madhav … Read more

Huawei expects a $10 billion dip in smartphone revenues due to US ban

Huawei’s H1 financial report showed the company’s revenues grew by 23% over last year and it pushed 118 million smartphones despite the negative impact of the US trade ban. The Chinese tech giant expected to accumulate significant losses after it was put on the Entity List but now it has adjusted its prediction … Read more

Android Q to be called Android 10 as Google abandons dessert-based names

Google has announced that the next release of Android, codenamed Android Q, will be called Android 10. The company also introduced design changes to the Android logo and the mascot. With the release of Android 10, the company is abandoning its use of alphabetical dessert naming scheme for major Android releases. This is being done … Read more