Tag Archive: Sept.


How to watch the iPhone (2018) event: Live at 10:00 AM PT on Sept. 12!

iPhone Xs? iPhone X Max? iPhone Xc? Find out the truth about the name at this year’s iPhone event.

Every September, Apple launches a new iPhone and usually one or two additional new devices. This year, we already know we’re going to see two updated (and new sized) versions of the iPhone X, as well as the Apple Watch Series 4, but will Apple bring any other goodies to the party?

Apple iPhone (2018) Event Preview

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Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab A 10.5 coming to the U.S. Sept. 14

Both gadgets are being sold on their own and at carriers.

Now that the Galaxy Note 9‘s been out in the wild for a couple weeks, Samsung’s launching two new devices in the U.S. to make sure its portfolio is stocked for the 2018 holiday shopping season. Starting September 14, both the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab A 10.5 are coming to the States.

The Galaxy A6 is a mid-range phone that was first announced back in  [Read More…]

Samsung’s great Galaxy Note 8 order freebies end Sept 24, so act fast!

Well, we had a good run.

After weeks of pre-orders and another full week of actual in-store sales, the Galaxy Note 8 is falling out of its honeymoon period and getting into the swing of things. That means that Samsung’s “do bigger things” incentives for getting in on the Galaxy Note 8 are coming to a close — September 24 is the end of the line for the freebies.

That means if you want to get a  [Read More…]

Moto G5S Plus coming to the U.S. Sept 29 for $230

The best of Motorola’s mid-range product line is coming to the U.S. at the end of September.

Back in August, Motorola quietly unveiled revamped “special edition” versions of its popular Moto G5 and G5 Plus smartphones, aptly titled Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus.

Today, the larger and more expensive of those two phones goes up for pre-order at a number of U.S. retailers prior to its release September 29.

Available in Lunar Gray or Blush Gold,  [Read More…]

Follow iMore for all the iPhone 8 announcements on Tuesday, Sept. 12

If you’re looking to follow the news about one of the biggest phone launches of the year, stick with iMore.

There is no question that the new iPhones will be among the biggest tech stories of the year. Doesn’t matter if you’re wielding a Galaxy S8 or a Lumia 950, if you’re attuned to the comings and goings of the mobile industry, what Apple does matters.

Our sibling site, iMore, will be covering all of the excitement  [Read More…]

Nexus 6P likely to receive Android Oreo on Sept. 11

The last Nexus might see its last OS upgrade in just a few days.

According to Canadian carrier Rogers’ OS Upgrade Schedule, Android Oreo for the Nexus 6P will be released on September 11.

When Android Oreo was initially released by Google, only phones that were currently enrolled in the Android beta program received the update. This isn’t surprising, as the people who helped test the software all along should be the ones to give a gold master version  [Read More…]

LG V20 liveblog: Join us from San Francisco at 9pm ET Sept 6!

What does LG have in store for us at its V20 launch event?

LG has already told us a lot about its upcoming phone, the V20, including that it will be the first new phone to run Android 7.0 Nougat). We also know that it will include a Quad DAC for incredible audio performance, along with branding collaboration with famous audio outfit, B&O. And, based on the most recent leaks, it will likely herald the return  [Read More…]

Samsung’s Milk Music service ends for U.S. customers on Sept. 22

Fans and customers of the Milk Music service from Samsung have some bad news coming. As rumored, the service will be ended for customers in the US on September 22, 2016.

A press release from Samsung’s Newsroom says that the company has changed direction and has a plan to provide “the best music services available” across their Galaxy line.

We have made the strategic decision to invest in a partner model focused on seamlessly integrating the best  [Read More…]

Google to host its first Play Indie Games Festival on Sept. 24 in San Francisco

Google has announced that in September the company will hold its first Google Play Indie Games Festival in San Francisco. The event is aimed at showcasing recent and upcoming releases of top indie games in front of consumers and industry influencers and give them the chance to try them out. This will allow the indie developers an opportunity to expand their networks, gain real-time feedback and improve discoverability in Google Play for their app.

If you  [Read More…]

Need For Speed No Limits finally ready to race onto Android Sept. 30

Fans of racing games on smartphones have been waiting for Electronic Arts to launch their long-awaited game Need for Speed: No Limits. On September 30, the wait will be over as the free-to-play game will go live worldwide on Android.