Apple Watch Series 2 release date, news and features

Update: read our review of Apple Watch 2 for stating opinions on how Apple’s second-generation smartwatch do, or gander at the list of features below.

Apple Watch series 2 release date is this Friday, and it made a big splash, water resistant in the Apple iPhone 7 launch, giving us a revision that is close to the smartwatch we always wanted.

The largest is the most requested feature Apple Watch 2: built-in GPS chip. This allows for more advanced tracking, whether you’re hitting the ground running or staring at the stars in the sky – and crucially means you can leave your iPhone at home when you go for a run.

And new Apple Watch series 2 will not stop work if you get it wet in shallow water–it is water resistant, up to a point. Swim with you 2 Apple Watch on not only an option is recommended.

Series 2 was also faster than the first, watch and offer a brighter display. You will not see the other design changes, but you could certainly new bands, including those of Hermes and Nike.

There’s a lot to unpack about Apple Watch series 2. Here’s everything you need to know …

iOS 10 release date and features

Update: iOS 10 features make iPhone and iPad dramatically fruit, so you’re not harga iPhone 7 or iPhone Plus 7 always. Here is everything that has changed. harga iphone 5

Apple iOS update for the iPhone and iPad, life funds to milestone version numbers of software, with major changes to the daily routine of a large phone and a tablet.

You will not recognize parts of the interface, the fruit. But don’t worry, almost all of the new features of IOS 10 acres of the best-and menu-the menu is free to download. It was announced at the joint-development of watchOS 3 for macOS for Macs and Apple Watch-since the company abandoned the WWDC in June.

It is finally ready. This will take some time to wrap your head around this new functionality in mobile operating systems, so we went ahead to strike that work for you. Here’s what we learned about iOS 10.

Oppo F1 review Gadget

The Oppo F1 is the ambassador for a whole new potential line of handsets within the manufacturer’s portfolio and as such, it definitely deserves some attention.

However, despite the lofty “F1” title that instantly sparks up images of Formula One cars or fighter jets, swooping at phenomenal speeds, the Oppo F1 has no actual aspiration of blowing users away with performance. harga hp oppo

On the contrary, the 5.0-inch phone has its roots set firmly in the mid-ranger realm. It sets out to offer some decent hardware, wrapped in a very signature Oppo-style body, akin that of the R7 line, all the while keeping pricing more reasonable.

Oppo F1 key features
Metal alloy body
Hybrid Dual SIM/microSD slot
5.0 inch IPS LCD display with 720p resolution and 294ppi
Octa-core 1.7 GHz, Cortex-A53, Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 SoC, 3GB of RAM
16GB of built-in memory
Color OS 2.1 on top of Android 5.1
13 MP, f/2.2, phase detection autofocus main camera with single LED flash
8 MP, f/2.0, 1/4″ sensor size front camera capable of shooting 1080p video
Cat. 4 LTE (150/50Mbps); Wi-Fi b/g/n; Bluetooth 4.0; GPS/GLONASS; microUSB
2,500mAh battery capacity
Oppo F1 main disadvantages
The display has a resolution of only 720p
Built-in memory is rather small
VOOC fast charging technology is notably missing

Samsung Galaxy S7 Review

Samsung may not have fixed its fingerprint problem, but it did fix the sharp metal edges that made the S6 Edge phone feel big and unwieldy. The glass back curves now, just like the Galaxy Note 5, so that the metal edges don’t dig into your hands anymore.

And even though the 5.5-inch screen is bigger than last year’s model, it’s shockingly slim and doesn’t feel or look like a phablet. Next to the iPhone 6S Plus — which has the same screen size – it looks positively tiny.

The S7 Edge holds the same magnetic power over you from the moment you first lay eyes on it. It looked so damn good pirouetting in a glass case at the press event that I almost forgot why I hate glass-backed phones.
But then I touched it. Its silky glass back was soon marred by a mass of fingerprints, and the spell was broken.

If you don’t like fingerprints, you’re going to need to pop a case on it, or carry around a tiny bottle of Windex everywhere. It’s also slippery, so we’d recommend the case, though it’s a crying shame to cover up this gorgeous phone.