- Samsung’s flagship “Galaxy Unpacked” event may be held in Seoul, South Korea, as hinted by a senior executive. The event is eagerly anticipated by Samsung fans worldwide and showcases the latest devices and technologies from the company.
- Apple’s latest iOS 16 is running on 81% of iPhones worldwide, as per adoption statistics released ahead of the Worldwide Developers Conference. The latest iteration, iOS 17, is expected to be released at WWDC 2023.
- WhatsApp on Android is crashing when users click on the link “wa.me/settings,” leading to a crash loop on smartphones. The messaging app, which has over 2 billion active users worldwide, is working on a fix while users are advised to avoid clicking on the link for now.
Confirmed Location for Galaxy Unpacked 2023 Event
It has been confirmed that the location for the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event will be held at the Lincoln Center in New York City. This annual event is known for showcasing Samsung’s latest and greatest products, including the next iteration of the Galaxy S smartphone lineup. The event is slated for early 2023 and is expected to unveil new features, designs, and technologies that will redefine the smartphone industry.
81% of iPhones Running iOS 16
According to recent statistics, 81% of iPhone users have already upgraded to iOS 16, the latest operating system released by Apple. This indicates that users are always on the lookout for new features and improvements that improve the performance of their devices. Apple’s iOS 16 includes a range of new features such as Focus Mode, the ability to share Focus status in iMessage, updates to the Maps app, and more.
Android WhatsApp Crashes from Clicking Links
Many Android users have reported that they are experiencing difficulties accessing the WhatsApp app after clicking on certain links. According to reports, the issue is related to a bug that causes the app to crash when users click on a link that contains an invalid URL. WhatsApp has acknowledged the issue and is reportedly working on a fix to resolve the problem as soon as possible. Users are advised to avoid clicking on links that may contain invalid URLs for the time being.