☕ Today’s DGiT Daily brought to you by waiting for OnePlus to launch what appears to be the OnePlus 7T Pro in London. I mean, it already went on sale in Romania soooo...
The top analyst for all things Apple has a bunch of predictions about Apple’s 2020, and TF Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo is rarely too far from the mark (CNBC).
(Not to say Mr Kuo is always right, but he seems to have the best read on Apple’s future products and each time he releases reports to clients, who adjust their investments and possibly even their supply chain at the whispers from Kuo.)
So, what’s coming?
Will people wear Apple glasses?
⚡ Oppo Reno Ace launched: The new fastest charging phone, 0 to 100% in 30 minutes, under $500 (Android Authority).
📉 Is Samsung about to release a less expensive Galaxy Note 10? (Android Authority).
⌚ “This is by far the most underrated part of a fitness tracker: a decent smartphone app to back it up” (Android Authority).
🤷♂️ White House approves some sales to Huawei, confusion continues (Android Authority).
⛅ Google is talking up its Stadia game streaming service, saying it will have “negative latency” which is largely just marketing, but it is an interesting concept (Gizmodo).
🤖 Waymo to its ‘early-rider’ customers in Phoenix: “Completely driverless Waymo cars are on the way” (TechCrunch).
🔋 That lithium-ion battery in your phone? It has finally won three chemists the Nobel Prize, and one of them is still working, at 97 (The Register).
🏎 Bugatti's record-breaking speed run required all kinds of things: special tyres, the track was cleaned for five hours, and lots of weird things happen at those speeds. (Engadget).
📍 Oh, by the way, here’s where the special 9km (5.6mi) straight track lies, created by Volkswagen in Germany (Google Maps).
😬 Consumer Reports calls Tesla Smart Summon 'glitchy' (Reuters).
Also, the first Volvo is getting Android to power its infotainment, the Volvo XC40, to be shown to the public on October 16.
🖐 “Does anyone else hold their phone with their pinky on the bottom or is it just me?” (r/nostupidquestions). I do! You?
This is an image that is both inaccurate and bad, and circling social media at the moment.... but it is the start of a conversation:
From someone who would never ever ever skim read ever,
Tristan Rayner, Senior Editor.
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