For months, rumors have suggested that Google is hoping to launch two new Nexus handsets in 2015. In May, the Android-tracking blog Android Police cited sources who said both LG and China-based vendor Huawei are working on new Nexus devices. The LG handset, codenamed Angler, could offer a 5.2-inch screen, while the Huawei option, codenamed Bullhead, would get a 5.7-inch display. The image that hit the Web on Sunday appears to show an LG logo on a sticker attached to the backplate. It's unclear whether it comes with a 5.2-inch screen.
Speculation abounds over when Google may finally announce new Nexus devices, but the latest rumors peg a release date in the fall, For now, though, take the rumors -- and the latest image -- with the proverbial grain of salt until the company actual unveils its new handsets, Neither Google nor LG immediately responded to a request for comment, (Via Engadget), The image features only a view of the backplate, but it's white and comes with portrait of a highland cow iphone case the familiar "Nexus" branding, Questions abound, however, over whether the image is real..
It begins: "Music has never had a bigger place in our lives."This feels tinged with bilge. Music has never been more of a commodity. I confess that the more music has been digitized, the less I've actually listened. Music just isn't that important anymore. It comes and it goes. There's just so much of it. It's there, but it's not there. It's lists, and it lists. Still, the ad insists that Apple Music is the place where artists and fans "can discover one another." Yes, Taylor Swift will now be sending you heartfelt messages. Perhaps.
The point of all this is, apparently, that with Apple Music you will discover new music, because "it's powered by people who live and breathe music."Wait, wasn't that the Jay Z sell when he launched Tidal in the weeks just ahead of Apple Music's debut? Just whose revolution is this?, Two other ads portrait of a highland cow iphone case feature specific artists with whom Apple would like you to commune, One offers Kygo playing the piano, The other features James Bay, who sings high, I mean high-pitched, of course, Bay sings about craving, The problem with Apple Music is surely that no one is really craving it, I'm sure it's perfectly competent in its way, And I'm sure that many people have and will sign up because it's Apple..
Compelling, though? Compelling like a Bjork gig? Perhaps not. Technically Incorrect: In three news ads, Apple suggests that the reason you should sign up for Apple Music is to discover new artists. Is this really new?. Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
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