Samsung’s Powerful Galaxy S10 Will Defeat Apple’s Shiny New iPhones

With modern production and design schedules, the geekerati already know what Apple is preparing for the iPhone XS launch. We also know what Samsung is cooking up for the Galaxy S10’s launch in early 2019. It’s clear that the Galaxy S10 has the specifications to beat the iPhone.

For me there are three key areas where the Galaxy S10 can not only compete against the iPhone, but comfortably come out on top.

The first is, curiously, reliability. Although Samsung has had one rather high-profile smartphone failure in recent memory (the tightly packed battery of the Note 7), it took visible action both immediately, during the investigations, and when reporting the fixes to the hardware. Compare that to Apple’s own battery problems, the reluctance to admit to the problem, and the painful way Tim Cook and his team was dragged towards an acceptable outcome for consumers.

Now consider that the portfolios of the iPhone 6, the iPhone 7, and the iPhone 8 have all exhibited major flaws stemming from the hardware design of the smartphones. While past performance is no guide to future stability, consumers are more adept at recognising patterns. The reliability of the Galaxy range in the mainstream media is streets ahead of the iPhone.

Second is the flexibility. While most users will take their smartphone out of the box and never think again about the specifications, those looking for the biggest and best are going to see the Galaxy S10 outpacing the iPhone XS. More on board storage, more memory, more processing power on tap, it’s all on Samsung’s side.

And if Apple does move to 512 GB of storage on its smartphones, Samsung has the advantage of the second move – which will allow it to match the on board storage and then leverage the microSD card for even more capacity.

Finally, Samsung has managed to maintain its lead in the camera stakes over man-years over Apple. There’s going to be an obvious comparison with the number of lens each phone in the respective portfolios will sport, but I’m expecting the South Korean expertise in the post-capture image processing, alongside the variable aperture lenses, to hand the visual victory to the Galaxy.

Much like politics, each camp has the diehards that will never move – lifelong affiliations to iOS or Android run as deep as Republican or Democratic affiliation – so the real fight is over the platform switchers who can navigate between the walled gardens of the two ecosystems. This is where details like image quality, hardware specifications, and reliability can contribute.

It’s also where perceptions can sway opinions. With Apple looking to label the latest iPhone handsets as incremental ’S’ updates the attraction of the iPhone XS family is going to be dulled compared to the ‘all-new’ tenth-anniversary Galaxy S10 marketing juggernaut.

Both handsets will make their supporters swoon, but the Galaxy S10 has the advantage in gathering the undecided middle ground.

Source :- forbes

Apple offers free fix for defective iPhone 8

Apple has acknowledged a problem with some iPhone 8s, namely that they randomly restart, freeze up or won’t turn on at all.

Apple said it’s a manufacturing defect and only affects a small percentage of the phones; Apple is offering repairs free of charge with some restrictions.

Consumers having trouble with their iPhones 8s can contact Apple Support to do a mail-in repair, or get an appointment at an Apple store.

The announcement comes ahead of Apple’s unveiling of the new iPhone 9 on Sept. 12.

Source :- abc7

Solid State Disk Market Excellent Growth Scope Witnessed In The World- Leading Players: SAMSUNG Korea, Kingston United States, Intel United States

Global Solid State Disk Market Insights, Forecast to 2025 is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, risk side analysis, and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making support. The study provides information on market trends and development, drivers, capacities, technologies, and on the changing capital structure of the Global Solid State Disk Market.

Solid State Disk Market Overview:

If you are involved in the Solid State Disk industry or intend to be, then this study will provide you comprehensive outlook. It’s vital you keep your market knowledge up to date segmented by Home & Commercial, CF Card, MacBook Expansion Card, SD Card & WIFI Card and major players. If you have a different set of players/manufacturers according to geography or needs regional or country segmented reports we can provide customization according to your requirement.

Solid State Disk Market

Solid State Disk Market: Demand Analysis & Opportunity Outlook 2023

Research study is to define market sizes of various segments & countries in previous years and to forecast the values to the next 5-8 years. The report is designed to comprise each qualitative and quantitative elements of the industry facts including: market share, market size (value and volume 2012-17, and forecast to 2023) with admire to each of the areas and countries concerned inside the examination. Furthermore, the report additionally caters the detailed statistics about the vital elements which includes drivers & restraining factors which will define the future growth of the market.

Furthermore, the years considered for the study are as follows:
Historical year – 2013-2017
Base year – 2018
Forecast period** – 2018 to 2023 [** unless otherwise stated]

Moreover, it will also include the opportunities available in micro markets for stakeholders to invest, detailed analysis of competitive landscape and product services of key players.

The designated segments and sub-section of the market are explained below:

The Study is segmented by following Product Type: CF Card, MacBook Expansion Card, SD Card & WIFI Card

Major applications/end-users industry are as follows: Home & Commercial

Some of the key Manufacturers Involved in the Market are – SAMSUNG Korea, Kingston United States, Intel United States, TOSHIBA Japan), Nikon(Japan), Canon(Japan), Panasonic(Japan), Lenovo(China), PLEXTOR(China), LITEON(China), SanDisk United States, Tigo(China), Transcend(China), YingChi(China), Netac(China), ADATA(China), KingSpec(Germany), Colorful(China), Systor United States, Black Magic Japan, U Disk United States, Corsair United States, Sedna United States, Renice Technology(China), Helen Ficalora United States, Callahan Brake Parts United States, TOPSSD(China), LEXAR United States, Netac(China) & GoPro United States

For each region, market size and end users are analyzed as well as segment markets by types, applications and companies. If opting for the Global version of Solid State Disk Market analysis is provided for major regions as follows:
• North America (USA, Canada and Mexico)
• Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
• South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia etc.)
• Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Source businessanalyst24

New iPhone XS 8s 2018 release date, price & specification rumours

iPhone XS 8s release date, price & specification rumours

Three new iPhones are due in September, with the larger than ever iPhone 8s, iPhone 8s Plus and iPhone SE 2 each sporting Apple’s new all-screen notch display. Here’s a complete guide on what to expect from the 2018 iPhones.

There’s a lot of debate over what the new iPhone in 2018 will be called. Apple confused the situation somewhat in 2017 by releasing an iPhone 8 (and 8 Plus) and an iPhone X, pronounced ‘ten’. Usually we would expect to see the iPhone 8 followed by an 8s, then 9, 9s, and finally 10.
That can’t realistically happen now, so it’s quite possible that Apple will drop its numbering scheme and we’ll get simply iPhone (2018) and iPhone Plus (2018). And rather than a follow-up to the new-design iPhone X, the standard iPhone line will simply incorporate its new features. The bad news is that should mean we’re in for a price rise, too.
There is such a huge number of rumours surrounding these new devices – none of them confirmed by Apple – and so many rumour round-ups that go on for several thousand words and leave you just as baffled as when you began reading. In this article we’re going back to basics for you – an idiot’s guide, if you will, to what to expect from the next iPhone.
When is the iPhone 8s coming out?
The invitations have not yet gone out, but history tells us the iPhone announcement will take place in mid-September 2018. The most likely iPhone 8s release date is Wednesday 12 September, but we’ll confirm when we know more.
Analysts aren’t agreed on whether or not a third model carrying a 6.1in LCD screen will launch beside these new iPhones in September or if it will come later in November. You can read more about the iPhone SE 2 here.
Code has been found in the fifth beta of iOS 12 that points to the possibility of dual-SIM iPhones for the first time, but whether these models will become available in the UK or US remains to be seen.

Source techadvisor uk

iPhone 8

Apple has created numerous one of kind elements in the iPhone arrangement which were extraordinary and initially created by apple, later on, those elements will be duplicated by other cell phone organizations, and they can copy the elements yet can’t make the first. To the extent iPhone 8 is concerned, Apple he is anticipating grows a great deal more interesting elements and Bundle them in this Smartphone. As they have numerous licenses in their names, apple is liable to discharge every single new component direct. There are likewise bits of gossip that there will be just minor changes in the Apple iPhone 7 and 7S, so we can expect Apple iPhone 8 as a noteworthy change.

Google calls out Microsoft regarding a flaw in Windows 10 S code

Google’s Project Zero team of bug hunters has found a flaw in Windows 10 S, publicly disclosing the issue despite Microsoft wishing to keep it under wraps until it fixed it.

Project Zero looks for exploits in software, either made by Google, or from other companies, and if one is found the team usually alerts the developers of the software in private, giving them 90 days before going public.

Not only is the finding of the flaw embarrassing enough for Microsoft, but apparently it primarily affects Windows 10 S, a version of the operating system that is designed to be more locked down and secure than other versions by only allowing apps from the Microsoft Store to be installed.

According to Project Zero, the flaw targets users with user mode code integrity (UMCI) and Device Guard enabled – which Windows 10 S has by default. This allows arbitrary code to be run, something that Windows 10 S was specifically designed to prevent.

90-day window

Because the flaw only affects a minority of PCs, and even then hackers would need to physically access the PC, Project Zero only deems this a “medium” security flaw, and gave Microsoft the usual 90 days grace period to fix the issue before it was made public.

It’s a bit embarrassing for Microsoft, and we can understand why it was keen to avoid the flaw being made public, but hopefully Google’s move will force Microsoft to get a fix out as soon as possible.

News Source techradar

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