Mobility Strategy

Android Nougat is officially the most-used version of Android

By on Feb 6, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Android 7.0 Nougat has finally become the most-used version of the mobile operating system, running on 28.5 percent of devices (across both versions 7.0 and 7.1), according to an update on Google’s developer portal today (via 9to5Google). That number narrowly edges out the second most-used version of Android, 6.0 Marshmallow (released in 2015), which still stands at...

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Apple’s New iPhones Will Change Essential Component

By on Feb 5, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

We already know a lot about Apple’s 2018 iPhones: both good and bad. We also know Apple plans to take several gambles this year, and new information has now revealed what might prove to be the biggest of the lot…  In a report obtained by 9to5Mac, KGI Securities’ respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reveals Apple will drop Qualcomm baseband chips from future iPhones...

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Apple says some iPhone 7s show “No Service” when they shouldn’t, will repair them for free

By on Feb 3, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Does your iPhone 7 say “No Service” when you’re oh-so-certain the signal is fine? Good news! You might be totally right. Reports and rumors of a “No Service” bug impacting iPhone 7s have been floating around for well over a year now — and as of this afternoon, Apple is acknowledging the issue. The company says it’s determined that “a small percentage” of iPhone 7s...

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Apple iOS 11.3 Release Hides An Essential Upgrade

By on Feb 2, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Apple knows iOS 11.3 is the big one, but now its latest release has revealed something equally essential to the company’s plans for 2018… In rolling out its first iOS 11.3 public beta, it turns out Apple has once again given away product secrets. After digging through the code, 9to5Mac found it is filled with references to a brand new ‘modern iPad’. And this...

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Your iPhone Slowed Down. Here’s What to Do When the Solution Is Just as Slow.

By on Feb 1, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Apple may be dealing with the fallout for a while. The company published a lengthy memo in December saying that smartphone batteries became less effective over time and that its software was intended to prevent iPhones with older batteries from unexpected shutdowns. Apple also apologized to customers for the slowdowns, offered discounts for its battery-replacement...

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