While Samsung finally began its Android 6.0 rollout last month, Sony's efforts have remained almost entirely in beta, five months after Marshmallow was officially released. The T-Mobile Android 6.0 Marshmallow update still has to exit phase 1 and enter phase 2, which is T-Mobile's internal testing phase, prior to its official release to owners of the phablet on the network.
As far as an improved battery life is concerned, the iPad Air 2 already possesses a large battery with a longer life compared to other tablets.it is possible that rather than replacing the existing battery, Apple may introduce new battery saving features to let you optimize your iPad's battery life to a greater extent.
But from what I've seen of the new Galaxy S7 and S7 edge so far, while they don't rock the boat too much, they're still worth a closer look. Samsung has done many things to improve the reliability of the new Galaxy smartphones, including new waterproofing and dust-resistance technology, but the devices will still be prone to damage from drops, scratches, and nicks.
Magistrate Judge James Orenstein said in his decision that the government has no authority in using the All Writs Act of 1789 to oblige Apple , or any company, to break its security protocols and hack into a specific device. "This case concerns an unprecedented law-enforcement effort to conscript an American technology company into creating software designed to weaken the security of its own devices-an effort that, if successful, would set precedent implicating the security and privacy of ...
Now, it is formally announced by the company that Samsung Galaxy S7 will be presented in the market on March 11, 2016. Samsung is looking to wrest back its leadership of the premium smartphone segment from Apple, which took the No 1 spot in the October-December quarter, although the South Korean company led the segment for all of 2015.
Sewell objected to the Justice Department's claim that Apple's challenge of the court order to unlock the phone of Farook -who along with his wife, Tashfeen Malik, killed 14 people in a terrorist attack in December - "appears to be based on its concern for its business model and public brand marketing strategy".