In neither the T-Mobile nor the AT&T case, however, did the salespeople evince uncontrolled rapture. They were all extremely charming, even if the gentleman at AT&T was slightly over-excitable. So over-excitable that he admitted he had Verizon on his personal phone because the AT&T reception was so poor where he lived. … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10 selling surprisingly well? I went to T-Mobile and AT&T to find out
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Bixby Routines learns routines for two locations: your work and home.You can make your own Bixby Routines manually.AI is used to manage performance via optimizing battery, CPU and RAM as well as device temperature. AI also learns how you use your device and delivers most frequently used apps faster. And then there are a few more wrinkles. Enter the Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung's first 5G phone. This device will launch in the second quarter depending on carriers, and pricing hasn't been determined yet. The Galaxy S10 5G has all the features found in the rest of the family, but comes with a 6.7-inch display, a 3D Depth Camera for augmented reality applications, and a 4,500 mAH battery that's supposed to last all day. … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10: Which model should you buy?
A kindly AT&T saleswoman approached. When I asked if I could at least take a look at an iPhone SE, she replied they hadn't got the display up yet. She was extremely apologetic. We chatted about the strange circumstances that life had thrown at the world and then wished each other if not a good day, then at least a safe one. … [Read more...] about I went to see Apple’s new phone. T-Mobile did what AT&T couldn’t
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As we've already discussed, Apple could use this event to launch refreshes for a few of its existing product lines. The MacBook Air is the most likely candidate for a refresh, but whether we'll just see a new version of the existing design or the rumored redesign is anyone's guess. Chips for new Mac Pros and 13-inch Retina MacBook Pros are available, making refreshes for those machines a possibility. And Apple has a galaxy of other products it could update too—everything from iOS to the Apple TV to services like Apple Pay. … [Read more...] about Liveblog: Apple’s “spring forward” event