The tenth anniversary edition of the Apple iPhone is being unveiled on September 12th. As you might know, the event is being held at the new Steve Jobs Theater. This would seem to be the perfect venue for the introduction of the Apple iPhone X. After all, Jobs’ first unveiling of the Apple iPhone on January 9th, 2007 was one of his most masterful and remembered public appearances. The CEO had everything working for him that day, including his sense of humor.
It’s only fitting that Jobs be some how involved in the unveiling of the tenth anniversary edition. The event taking place …
You’ll be able to watch the V30 being announced in real time both on Facebook and YouTube, via LG Mobile’s official channels. The event will take place in Berlin, Germany, on Thursday, August 31, starting at 09:00 a.m. CET (Central European Time). For the US, this means 03:00 a.m. ET (Eastern Time), or 12:00 a.m. PT (Pacific Time) – if you’re an LG fan, you’ll just have to stay up late to catch the event live.
As we’re speaking, Samsung is getting ready to launch its next flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 8, but that’s not the only mobile device the company will be presenting soon. We’ve also been hearing rumors of a successor to the company’s Gear Fit 2 for quite some time now — in fact, we’ve already seen leaked renders and specs of the device.
So, Google finally launched Android 8 and revealed its name — as the fans have been speculating for years now, the O build of Android is named after the popular Oreo cookies. And what better way to celebrate the OS update than with a bunch of Oreos handed out at the announcement event?
Actually, make them custom cookies while you’re at it. Yup, Google ordered a special batch of Oreos for the launch event — ones with the Android mascot engraved on the cookie and the cream changed to green, instead of being white. We can only hope that it was the same sweet stuff and not, say, wasabi or something …