Apple will reveal its new iPhones September 12th.
Reports have long suggested that Apple has been working on a trio of new iPhones for 2018, and now we know when we're actually going to see them. The company just sent invitations to an event on September 12th on its massive spacecraft on a campus in Cupertino ̵
iPhone XS, Apple Watch Series 4 Images Delayed
Shortly after Invitation rolled out, 9to5Mac posted photos showing they show a new iPhone XS & # 39; with an OLED display that will be available in 5.8 and 6.5 inch sizes and offers the possibility of a gold finish. Another picture showed how it appears to be Apple Watch Series 4 with an edge-to-edge display and a new design face that seats up to eight complications.
Lenovo's New Yoga Book Replaces the Keyboard With an E-Ink Screen
This new Yoga Book C930 replaces last year's touch-sensitive panel with an e-ink display. While it may pretend to be a keyboard, it can also act as a sketch or even a low-power e-reader. For more traditional laptops, Lenovo also has a convincing MacBook Pro option in the ThinkPad X1 Extreme, while a refocused Yoga series laptops contain more than just convertible laptops.
The strange, wild and expensive world of blockchain art
You would be forgiven to believe that this crypto band ended when the bit price dropped over 70 percent this year, but it's not that simple. The Hyperion Card and Elon Musk "Crypto Celebrity" are both examples of a type of product we call digital assets. Popular assets run the range from short to memes to artwork, but far more complex things are possible with smart contracts, such as music and movie files that host blockchain and even full operating systems – the latter are mostly theoretical right now or in
Samsung's 8K QLED TV looks good, but who needs it?
On the other hand, who does not?
Dolby Vision HDR is ready for testing on Xbox One
Microsoft promised Dolby Vision HDR support for Xbox One and now, Alpha testers with an Xbox One S or Xbox One X (and a compatible 4K TV) can try it out with Netflix streaming.
LG shows an 8K OLED and a big MicroLED TV
Oh, Samsung has an 85 -inch 8K TV? Well, LG has a 88-inch, and it's OLED. 146-inch MicroLED Wall TV? Boom, LG has one too and it's 173-inch. The competition never takes a day off at IFA.
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