As usual with the move to a T model it’s probably not worth upgrading if you already have the OnePlus 8, but if you’re choosing between the two then there’s enough that’s new, different and likely better on the OnePlus 8T that it’s probably the better buy. … [Read more...] about OnePlus 8T vs OnePlus 8: what’s changed with the new OnePlus phone?
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iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone SE (first generation)iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 PlusiPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone XiPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XRiPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro MaxiPhone SE (second generation)iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 mini, and iPhone 12 Pro MaxiOS 14.1 and iOS 14.2Before we get to all the things that the big update to iOS 14 added, it's worth noting that iOS 14.1 and iOS 14.2 have now launched too, and they also add new things. … [Read more...] about iOS 14.2 release date, features and compatible iPhones
Once upon a time, I'd have said that having an open beta would make a difference, but it's clear that this is not the solution -- at least not the single solution. Despite a long run of developer and public betas, the final release turns out shaky. … [Read more...] about iOS 14: The worst release to date
iPhone SE Plus: what we want to see1. Multiple rear camerasThe big differentiator between the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus was the extra rear camera on the back of the latter, which produced stereoscopic images that could be combined to create a depth effect – thus enabling the first Portrait Mode photos. While the iPhone SE 2020 can pull off depth using software algorithms, doing so digitally produces more visual flaws than using two (or more) lenses to achieve it. … [Read more...] about iPhone SE Plus release date, price, leaks and what we want to see
Google's post really beats around the bush trying to sugar-coat this announcement, but it starts off by saying, "We’ve always required developers who distribute their apps on Play to use Google Play’s billing system if they offer in-app purchases of digital goods, and pay a service fee from a percentage of the purchase." This rule has not been enforced, though, and a lot of big developers have just ignored Google's billing requirements. Today, Netflix and Spotify don't use Google's in-app billing and instead kick new accounts out to a Web browser, where the companies can use PayPal or direct credit card processing to dodge Google's 30-percent fees. … [Read more...] about Google announces crackdown on in-app billing, aimed at Netflix and Spotify