ZTE certainly hopes so. As a matter of fact, the Chinese tech giant is hoping to replace LG as the number three smartphone vendor in the United States in a year’s time. But as explained by Jeff Yee, the vice president of technology planning and partnerships at ZTE, becoming the third largest phone maker in American is just one part of a bigger plan.
September is always an eventful month for Apple, and of course, for its fans, especially those eager to know what new cool stuff the tech giant is announcing and will be releasing later in the year, or during the busy holiday shopping season. For this year, Apple has once again unveiled some new products that will be talked about for months, that is until rumors of the next iPhone model start to circulate. So scroll down below to find out what’s new.
Apple has already started sending out invites for an event happening on September 12th, and it is a good bet that the tech giant will be formally introducing three new iPhone models on that date. Based on previous years, it is a good bet too that for current iOS mobile users, the price of their iPhone device will probably go down. So for those thinking of selling their Apple smartphone, they might want to start now. However, before they do so, they need to take note of some tips.
It appears that Apple is incorporating a new feature on iOS 11 that will instantly deactivate Touch ID. The purpose of this feature is actually to provide a means for automating emergency services calls. Basically, the feature works by allowing iOS mobile users to tap the power button quickly five times in order to be able to quickly dial 911. To be perfectly clear, this does not automatically let a user dial emergency services by default.
The answer is no for now. Yes, it is true that batteries of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 are being recalled as of the moment, but there is not going to be another Galaxy Note 7 disaster this time. First of all, it is not the South Korean phone maker’s fault this time.
According to the results of a study recently conducted by the Kinsey Institute of Indiana University (jointly done with Clue, a women’s health startup firm based in Berlin, Germany), 67 percent of the polled participants have claimed that they have tried sexting somebody.
In the last few years, several cities in America have tried to introduce various measures in order to discourage people from being too busily engaged with their mobile devices when crossing the street. Even states have attempted to propose legislation that would require mobile users to be more careful when they are out on the street.