Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity of playing with a slew of smartphones, coming in different shapes and sizes. Some of these have been rather awkward, and others have been just plain boring and bland.
Xiaomi has been an industry leader ever since the original Mi Mix in an effort to combat notches and slim down the bezels that plagued devices for years. The Mi Mix 3 is one of the latest devices that offers a different take, as the company has decided to remove the need for any notch whatsoever, all in an extremely powerful package.
We are a week away from the WWDC 2019 Keynote where Apple will be showing off the latest versions of macOS, Watch OS, tvOS, and iOS. There’s a lot riding on what Apple will be doing with iOS 13, as folks are clamoring for more power features for the iPad Pro lineup.
Some features have been leaked so much that they are likely to be coming, such as a system-wide dark mode. However, other rumors include a revamped Mail application, along with new productivity features, including support for external mice.
Back in February, Samsung announced the Galaxy Fold which instantly became highly-anticipated and was expected to kick off a new trend. The device came with all of the high-end specs that you would think, along with a foldable display measuring in at 7.3-inches when it was unfolded.
The problem is that shortly after review-units became available, there were a slew of issues that arose. Mainly, it seems that various pieces of debris could wedge themselves in between the display and the body of the phone. This caused the phone to malfunction and basically become useless.
It’s the second most exciting time of the year for the Apple fanboys and fangirls out there. WWDC 2019 is right around the corner, and Apple has sent out its invitations to the press for the keynote.
The company confirmed that Tim Cook will take the stage in San Jose, California on June 3rd at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. WWDC as a whole, will last from the 3rd until the 7th with various developer sessions scheduled throughout the week.
Late last week, President Donald Trump issued and signed an executive order which gave the government the ability you to block US companies from purchasing telecommunications equipment if there was a national security risk. While the company was not directly identified at the time, it was apparent that the US is taking its fight to China through Huawei, as some in the US government believe Huawei is attempting to install backdoors in their equipment to spy on the US.