While most of the attention of this week's Apple event is on the company's latest iPhones, those thinking of an upgrade have a cheaper, simpler option they may want to try first: iOS 12.
Images of the alleged Nokia 9 and Nokia X7 have leaked online, hinting at displays without the notch. Nokia 9, HMD Global's allegedly upcoming flagship, has been a part of the rumour mill for some time now. While most of the previous leaks have claimed to show the back panel of the handset, the freshly leaked image of the smartphone's display panel shows its design at the front. Meanwhile, the front panel of another Nokia handset, allegedly called Nokia X7, has also surfaced on the Internet. Interestingly, unlike the Nokia X5 and Nokia X6, the Nokia X7 does not seem to house a display notch.
Apple was still selling 2015's iPhone 6s until last week. Then it announced three new phones and made the iPhone 7 its entry-level mobile device. There are likely tens of millions of iPhone 6s devices out there still, but last year's buggy iOS 11 update made the device, as well as other older iPhones, start showing their age.
Kobo has been slinging e-books for years now, but it's still pretty new to the whole audiobook craze -- the Canadian company (and Rakuten subsidiary) only added spoken-word content to its catalog about a year ago. Thankfully, Kobo recently made it a little easier to keep listening to Caroline Kepnes' You after you've gotten cozy behind the wheel. Devotees can now listen to their Kobo audiobooks through Apple CarPlay-compatible infotainment systems — just connect the phone to your car, fire up the app, and you're off to the races (so to speak).
After the rumours of Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus to come with five cameras, there is a new leak that shows three cameras at the back of the phone. The phone in question is the up and coming Samsung Galaxy A(2018) that has surfaced online and flaunts three cameras at the back.