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Android L Release Date and update information: Google Nexus devices can Get New Software First

Google Nexus devices can Get New Software First
Nexus 5 Screenshot from Google website

So much has been talked about Android L since it was announced at Google I / O Developers Conference in June this year, but the release date of the software has not yet been revealed. However, it is very likely to see the light of day in the first week of November if reports are anything to go by. 

Users of Android phones must be eagerly awaiting the launch of Android L, and it will come with a redesigned interface and smooth animations also improve battery life and is compatible with 64-bit processors. It is considered the most significant update Google has brought its mobile platform to date, even bigger than the leap from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich software.

It is reported that the HTC Nexus tablet will be launched in September to mid-October and come with Android Nexus 6 L. The X known as Nexus, expected to be announced on October 31, is also likely to come with the new software. Thus, it is unclear whether Google will launch the much awaited software with their devices or launch at a later date.

However, the Authority has stated that Android Android Nexus L and new hardware will appear out in mid-October, but the final version of the software will not be officially available until 1 November.

It has been reported that devices like the Google Nexus 4 Nexus 5, Nexus Nexus 7 and 10 will be the first to receive the new software update. Reports have it that L Android will launch the Nexus devices as soon as it is published.

Google's new software will give Android phone users a new sensation, like all "are animated actions, the interface is more colorful, and the 3D effects and shadows creates more intuitive user interface," according Geeks Android. The notifications are based on the frequency of user interaction and Newer menu will change with latest user applications to be displayed as a house of cards. The software bring Amso search bar.

The new software will also support 64-bit processors and improve battery life while improving performance. Panel will notice new color scheme and a background color. Users have to swipe down to see the notifications panel and slide below for Quick Settings where you will find the option to set the brightness control and other features like notifications, WiFi, mobile data, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, Screen Cast, Auto rotation and Location.

Devices that can upgrade Android L: 

Google: The Nexus 4 Nexus 5, 7 and Nexus Nexus 10 is expected to get the new software update as soon as it is published.

HTC: HTC HTC One and One (M8) L will receive the update Android. The Taiwanese company has confirmed that its latest smartphones have the new software update "within 90 days of receiving final software from Google."

Motorola: Motorola Moto T has said it will receive the updated Android L. The company said about the second generation of Moto X, but it is very likely to get the update.

Samsung: The Galaxy Note Galaxy S5 and 4 will get the software update. SamMobile citing an insider that the devices could get Android update L in late November or early December.

LG: No information on whether LG flagship device users will get the new software update, but a report from Expert Reviews said the latest devices in the company could get update L Android.

Apple releases iOS 8.0.2 to fix the problems caused by the 8.0.1 update

After Apple released the iOS 8.0 update for iOS 7, a number of users noticed some bugs with the new operating system, especially with HealthKit application, some third-party keyboards and photo library. Apple then released a 8.0.1 update, which caused even more problemsthat carried TouchID cellular connectivity is turned off for some users.

Apple said fewer than 40,000 users have been affected by these problems, but the company still took the update within 60 minutes of release and users who had already installed to reinstall iOS 8.0 advised.

Yesterday Apple released a new update called 8.0.2, which contains all the fixes for all problems 8.0.1 was supposed to fix, and the errors did cause the 8.0.1 update. 


The new iOS 8.0.2 brings the following list of improvements:

Apple releases iOS 8.0.2 to fix the problems caused by the 8.0.1 update

Apple also issued an apology:

"IOS 8.0.2 is now available for users, which fixes an issue that affected iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users who downloaded iOS 8.0.1, and includes improvements and fixes bugs in iOS 8.0.1 originally," said in a statement. "We apologize for disturbing the users of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that were affected by the bug in iOS 8.0.1."

Despite a good start, breaking his own record sales for the first weekend, the rest of the week Apple has been quite hard, with reports from iPhone Devices 6 bent Plus, complaints about the software and studies on the rate of accidents 8 Apple iOS was quick to solve some of these problems, but it could have a lasting impact on the image of Apple as a company that only delivers high quality products.

Apple Pulls iOS 8 Software Update After iPhone Problems

Updated add instructions to remove iOS 8.0.1.


Apple Pulls iOS 8 Software Update After iPhone Problems

A software update Apple on Wednesday sent did the opposite of what the company intends, off cell phone service in countless iPhones, among other problems.

Twitter and tech news sites quickly overflowed with reports of people who encountered problems after downloading and installing the update, iOS 8.0.1, which was intended to fix several bugs in the operating system for Apple mobile devices. Apple responded by removing the update.

This is not the first time an Apple software update has caused, rather than fixed, device problems. But it seems to be one of the first times that the company has pulled the update. "We are actively investigating these reports and provide information as quickly as we can," Apple said in a statement. "Meanwhile, we have removed the update iOS 8.0.1."

The problem seems to mainly affect users of the latest iPhones, 6 and 6 Plus, not older iOS devices. Twitter users reported that the update also disables the Touch ID function on their devices, which allows users to unlock their phones with fingerprints.

The problem with the update is one of the few spots in an introduction otherwise great success of new products from Apple. The company sold 10 million new iPhones last weekend, what great successes. The product is still scarce in stores.

The weekend, however, reports began appearing on blogs technology iPhone 6 permanent bending Plus after users keep in their pockets for long periods of time. On Tuesday, a video blogger published the results of their own "bend test" on YouTube, which leans a successful iPhone 6 by applying significant pressure with your hands. [Video:. Watch on YouTube] The first buyers of the new iPhone more-Size may have to take precautions to protect your devices in their pockets. Regarding the software update from Apple, the lesson may be that it is better to wait before installing.

However, the problems do not seem to have reached the critical mass that greeted the reception problems Mobile Phone Apple iPhone 4, a controversy that became known as "antennagate". Even the problem caused by the antenna design of the iPhone, had little to diminish sales of iPhone 4.

People who have already downloaded iOS 8.0.1 may return to the previous version by connecting to iTunes on a computer. Details can be found at iMore.com, a site dedicated to news about Apple.

Early iPad Walmart Black Friday 2013 Deals Offer up to $150 Off

When it comes to the iPad Black Friday 2013 deals, Staples is taking an early lead with up to $80 off the current iPads and a special Black Friday deal that takes up to $150 off the last generation iPad 4.

Hands down, if you are looking at the Walmart Black Friday 2013 iPad mini deal or the Best Buy Black Friday 2013 iPad 2 doorbuster, stop and check these out for a good alternative that offers more choice and will let you enjoy Thanksgiving with your friends or family.

Unlike the Walmart Black Friday 2013 deals, these iPad deals at Staples include more than just the 16GB models and even include LTE models on AT&T and Verizon.

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Staples offers a collection of iPad Black Friday 2013 deals.


These iPad Black Friday deals are available online right now, allowing shoppers to avoid the long lines and crowds that can make even a guaranteed in stock iPad mini at the Walmart Black Friday shopping event a hassle that some will pass on.

When it comes to the iPad, we don’t see deep discounts on the new models through the year. While some retailers are discounting these more often, Black Friday iPad deals will offer some of the best savings of the year.

The early Staples Black Friday 2013 deals include the iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad 4. There is no discount on the new iPad mini with Retina Display that Apple just launched in late October. Still, thanks to the LTE options, higher capacity models and online purchasing options, these deals are better than the limited Walmart Black Friday 2013 doorbuster iPad deal.

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There are already a collection of iPad Black Friday 2013 deals at Staples that beat Walmart and Best Buy.

 Here’s a quick rundown of the discounts available as part of the early iPad Black Friday deals at Staples.
  • iPad mini – $80 off all models
  • iPad Air – $50 off all models
  • iPad 4 – $150 off all models
While the iPad Air is a tempting update, the iPad 4 offers the best iPad Black Friday deal we’ve seen so far, and there is no need to wait for Black Friday to buy it. With this deal shoppers can buy the 16GB iPad 4 for $349.

That’s $150 off the previous retail price and just $50 more than the best iPad 2 Black Friday deal we saw at Best Buy. For the extra $50 shoppers get a higher resolution display, newer processor and the promise of a longer overall life and support for updates.

These are not the only iPad Black Friday 2013 deals we will see this year, but with deep discounts online, ahead of any possible sell outs or other madness, these are the very good deals. If you are looking to spend between $300 to $400 on an iPad this holiday season, this looks to be the most hassle free way to get the most value for your cash.

The next best bet would be the iPad Air deals at Target that offer a $100 gift card with the purchase, dropping the price as low s $380. That’s a great deal, but only available in limited quantities, which means many shoppers will go home empty-handed.

source:  gottabemobile.com

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