Apple's streaming-video box has gone three years without a refresh to a new generation -- meanwhile, Internet-delivered TV has grown bigger and more accessible than ever. In that span of time, Apple has thrown plenty of splashy events, and each one has come and gone without Apple TV getting serious time in the spotlight. Apple also could use its September 9 event to show off its newest iPads, if a report from Buzzfeed is correct. That would mark a break from Apple's traditional strategy of holding separate events for its smartphones and tablets. Typically, the iPhone is announced in September, followed by iPad news in October. Lumping them together could indicate Apple doesn't have big changes in store for the devices -- though market watchers have been waiting for the company to introduce a new 12.9-inch " iPad Pro ." The iPad Pro is a wildcard for the September event.
The event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco will start at 10 a.m, PT, The electronics giant has sent out invitations to an event next month in San Francisco, where it's expected to show off the next iPhones and a new Apple TV box, Apple will show off its next iPhones on September 9 at an event in San Francisco, The event will be held exactly a year after the company introduced the iPhone 6 and its larger sibling, the 6 Plus, The two phones the moonlark iphone case have become Apple's best-selling devices ever and have made Apple the most profitable public company in the world..
(If you're not familiar with the Honor brand, I can't blame you. It's a part of Chinese phone maker Huawei, and is the name you'll see on a range of phones aimed only at Europe. Here's where it gets really confusing though: Huawei also sells phones with its own brand name in Europe, and in fact also sells Honor phones under the Huawei brand name outside of Europe.). The Honor 7 was launched in China earlier this year as the Huawei Honor 7 and is only now getting its European launch. US and Australian launches have yet to be confirmed, but it's available in China for 1,999 yuan, which is around $325 or AU$420. Importers listing it on Amazon.com have it for much more, however -- around $500.
With its metal chassis, the Honor 7 both looks and feels like a more premium device than its low price suggests, It's solid to hold, and feels well put together, The drilled speaker holes in the bottom and the chamfered sides lend it a luxurious edge, although the plastic strips at the top and bottom are less welcome, It measures 142mm the moonlark iphone case long, 71mm wide and 8mm thick (5.6 by 2.8 by 0.3 inches), meaning it's not a tiny phone, but it's not that big considering it's squashing a large 5.2-inch display into the frame, A narrow bezel helps keep the overall size down..
On the bottom you'll find the Micro-USB port for charging (sadly there's no USB Type-C), with the headphone jack on top and volume and power buttons on the right edge. There's an extra button on the left hand side too, which can be programmed to perform a variety of functions, or to open an app when you press, double press or press and hold. I can see this being useful for quickly launching apps such as the camera, WhatsApp messaging or the Chrome browser. The 5.2-inch display has a full HD (1,920x1,080-pixel) resolution, and seems bright, bold and sharp enough for most tasks. I'll reserve my judgement on the display -- and how it compares to its rivals -- for the full review.
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