Rogers has posted a new operating system (OS) upgrade schedule on its community forum, detailing upcoming updates for Samsung, Pixel and Motorola devices.
To start, the list includes both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and regular Note 10. Rogers says these are getting the Android 10 update on January 6th, 2020. Also on January 6th, the Samsung A70 will get the December security patch.
Interestingly, Google’s Pixel line of devices made it onto the list — something I’ve not seen before. The list confirms that the January 2020 security update, which we expected was coming soon, will also drop on January 6th for Pixel devices.
Rogers notes that the Pixel 2, 2 XL, 3, 3 XL, 3a, 3a XL, 4 and 4 XL will all get the update. The original Pixel, unsurprisingly, was not included on the list, since it reached official end-of-life and won’t receive any further updates.
Finally, the Motorola Moto G6 Play and G7 Play will get the December security update on January 10th and 17th respectively.
Rogers also notes that while it prioritizes making those dates accurate, sometimes things happen beyond the carrier’s control and the dates may change. And as for people with those devices on other carriers, the schedule could act as a guide to when you might get your update, but other carriers may have different dates.
A IPhone 12 Teardown, released on Thursday, reveals all parts of Apple’s 5G device. Although the video is not in English, it compares the iPhone 12 to the iPhone 11 last year. Its OLED display is much thinner than the iPhone 11 display, 9To5Mac detected. The video also shows a 2,815 mAh battery capacity and Mag Safe System.
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The first two models from Apple’s iPhone 12 have started shipping, and of course the folks at iFixit are busy taking them apart. As of this writing the detailed teardown is still incomplete, but they’ve exposed enough of the details to get a good look under those screens. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are surprisingly similar inside, as iFixit points out that the cheaper model has a plastic spacer in the spot where the Pro puts its telephoto lens and LiDAR sensor.
Of course the teardown also mentions that the phones open on a different side this year, and have much larger logic boards. That’s likely because of the addition of 5G technology, which may be squeezing the battery size Apple can fit in there. iFixit already streamed a video teardown of the new iPhones, if any other interesting details are found in the devices then we’ll update this post to let you know.
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The all-new and opulent Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is still in its testing phase, although its unveiling should take place in the coming months seen as how the brand new S-Class is already with us.
While there are different types of S-Class prototypes still out there, like the Mercedes-AMG S63 for example, we’re pretty confident that this particular vehicle, spotted by one of our readers in Germany, is the long-wheelbase Maybach flagship.
The biggest clue isn’t actually the size of the rear pillar, but the cutout of the rear door, which is straighter than on the regular S-Class, whose rear door curves around the rear wheel arch due to its smaller size. It also lacks the third rear-window that’s incorporated on the S-Class’ door.
Unlike its shorter wheelbase siblings, the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class might actually retain a V12 engine, although with a mild-hybrid system. The reason we say “might” is because the 2021 Maybach GLS is powered by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 with 550 horses and 538 lb-ft (729 Nm) of torque, and it’s the GLS 600, not 500 or 550.
Powertrains aside, expect the Maybach saloon to feature all of the new S-Class’ driver assist functions, including its Level 3 automated driving capabilities. The carmaker’s Lidar-powered Drive Pilot system will debut next year and will work in both heavy traffic situations as well as on suitable motorways in Germany.
Inside, it should boast a similar setup to the GLS, with two rear seats separated by a large console at the back and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster at the front, paired with a 12.8-inch OLED touchscreen display in the middle.
As for pricing, since the current Mercedes-Maybach S-class starts off from around $170,000, we expect more of the same from the all-new car. If the carmaker keeps doing two separate variants like before, then the flagship model will probably cost north of $200,000.
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