An Apple employee just leaked details about the iPhone 8
2017's completely redesigned iPhone is still a year away, but hot new details are already trickling in...
Not only is Destiny getting a sequel in 2017, but that sequel is coming to PC. That’s according to a new report from Kotaku’s Jason Schreier, who has led the charge in Destiny leaks over the past few years. Sources close to Bungie tell Schreier that Destiny 2 will be available on PC as well as PS4 and Xbox One, and that it should feel like a totally different game, rather than a massive expansion.
We sifted through hundreds of Amazon’s daily deals this morning to come up with the best of the bunch, and bargain hunters will sure be glad we did. Included in today’s batch are a 2TB external hard drive at a killer price, a 55-inch Sony 4K TV for under $850, a great deal on an Xbox One S bundle, your own personal weather station, a VR headset for $16, $89 off a cordless Dyson vacuum, $25 Bluetooth headphones for your iPhone 7 (or any other phone), and plenty more. More →
You might be busy trying to figure out the best way to get your hands on a Jet Black iPhone 7 right now, but Apple is already working on the next-gen iPhone, the one that’s supposed to bring a major redesign next September. The phone is already labeled as the iPhone 8, it has already reportedly been confirmed by an Apple employee. More →
Right on the heels of Roku’s comprehensive hardware refresh, Amazon is updating one of its own streaming media players. On Wednesday, the online retailer revealed the all-new Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote — the first streaming media stick to come with a voice-activated remote control packed in.
The iPhone 7 sports one of the best smartphone cameras that has ever existed. Reviews from professional photographers and many photo and video samples already make that point. But DxOMark’s iPhone 7 camera review is certainly worth a read, as it explains all the intricacies of Apple’s camera innovations.
The camera pros at DxOMark put the 4.7-inch device through various paces, concluding that the iPhone 7 is the best camera Apple made to date. The phone outscores all of its predecessors, but it still isn’t the top-rated camera on DxOMark.
Gadget blogs have been saying for months how “boring” Apple’s new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are, but apparently someone forgot to tell consumers around the world because sales so far are apparently through the roof. We won’t know any exact numbers until Apple reports its September-quarter earnings next month, and continuing supply shortages will undoubtedly impact fiscal fourth-quarter sales figures. But a new report suggests that not even Apple was expecting its new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to be as popular as they have been so far. More →
China is the one major market that was not affected by the massive Galaxy Note 7 recall. Samsung said the phones in the region are safe because they contain batteries made by a local supplier, not Samsung SDI. The Samsung subsidiary made the exploding batteries that equipped Galaxy Note 7 units sold outside of China, which is why Galaxy Note 7 sales were not interrupted in the country.
But recent Galaxy Note 7 explosions in China may end up hurting Samsung anyway. More →
Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus might be brand new, but all those leaks leading up to the big launch means that accessory makers already have all their cases and other accessories ready to go. In fact, some of them are already on sale… but only if you know where to look. Of course, if you’re reading a BGR Deals team post, you obviously know exactly where to look.
Below, you’ll find seven different iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus accessories that are all on sale for 20% off right now, but only with the special coupon codes we’ve included. These deals all end on Friday though, so don’t miss out. More →
The death march of BlackBerry’s handset business was closely chronicled by BGR for a long period of time. We gave the world an inside look at the company’s downfall after it failed to pivot when Apple’s iPhone changed the smartphone market, and now those early missteps have finally led to today. As BlackBerry reported a fiscal second-quarter net loss of $372 million on Wednesday morning, the company confirmed that it will cease all internal smartphone development and stop making smartphones. More →
Next week, Google will unveil its first-gen Pixel smartphones set to replace the Nexus handsets we’ve grown so attached to. The Pixel and Pixel XL have been featured in numerous leaks this summer and are better known as the Nexus Sailfish and Nexus Marlin. They’re both HTC creations that will offer buyer high-end specs, premium build quality, and an iPhone-like pricing structure. After all, Google is looking to compete against the iPhone with the Pixels. More →
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Power outlets are not a one-trick pony. If you’re doing any world traveling, you need a charger that is as adaptable as you are. Take a look at the Gorilla Power 4-Port USB World Travel Charger, now on sale for just $27.99. More →
Despite the fact that Spotify allows me to listen to any song I want to at any time, I often find myself using Pandora instead. It’s not that I prefer Pandora to Spotify, it’s just that I can’t be bothered to make my own playlists, and my Pandora account already features dozens of stations that have been tuned to my preferences.
On Tuesday, Spotify might have won me back over with the introduction of Daily Mix: a series of playlists which include your favorite songs as well as songs that the streaming service thinks you might enjoy.
Say what you will about Uber, there’s simply no denying that the company always has is eye laser-focused and fixated on the future. After spearheading the ridesharing revolution against overwhelming odds, Uber’s next big bet rests on self-driving cars. In fact, Uber just a few short weeks ago began rolling out its first wave of self-driving Uber cars in Pittsburgh.
Interestingly enough, Uber’s grand plan to revolutionize the way we travel doesn’t end with cars. On the contrary, the company envisions a future where users will take advantage of VTOL (vertical takeoff and landing) aircraft in order to travel short distances and bypass local traffic congestion in the process. And even further down the line, Uber believes that self-driving VTOL aircraft may become a reality.