New rumors of the legendary iWatch emerge. All while OnePlus sees delays and Google services are expanded to new countries.
New rumors reveal Apple’s long-awaited iWatch will probably not come as a one-size-fits-all solution. It’s said the new smartwatch could come in multiple versions, with different screen sizes. The device would have about 10 different sensors, mostly for health tracking and monitoring.
The rumor also states Apple will be shipping 10-15 million units before the end of the year, with a release possibly coming in October. This goes right in line with yesterday’s rumor, making the possibility of an upcoming announcement much more viable.
Opinion: It seems Apple is putting a big focus on health, but we are hoping they can find a good balance with functionality. After all, Apple is well known for its pps and functionality.
The OnePlus One has seen a good deal of launch issues, but Europeans will probably dislike this one even further. A batch of OnePlus One units have been shipping to Europe, but it seems something is holding them at customs. Other units have also been returned to the manufacturer.
There seems to be a 2-week delay due to a change in the phones back logo. OnePlus wanted the font to match the rest of the device, which Europeans won’t simply allow without the right procedures.
Opinion: Can we just get things right, OnePlus? We are seeing a lot of disasters coming with this launch.
It’s always exciting to see Google’s services reaching new markets. Today, Google Play Books and Google Play Movies are reaching a long list of new countries. Check them out below.
Google Play Books
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador
Google Play Movies
- Czech Republic
- Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Opinion: We know how annoying it can be to see the USA getting all the goodies while you have to wait extended periods of time. This is not only an amazing expansion, but also a sign of better things to come. Enjoy!