Best Buy July 4th sale now live: Save on MacBooks, iPads, Chromebooks, TVs, more

Deals. BestBuy has just kicked off their 4th of July sale that ends Saturday. They have Apple’s 12″ Macbook for $449 off, $250 off the latest iPad Pros, they also have deals on HP laptops, the PlayStation Classic and more.

In case you didn’t notice, Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp are all having problems by the time this video was recorded. The main places where it seems to be affecting is the US, Europe and some parts of South America. Instagram claimed they were working on a solution.

Apple Reportedly Plans to Launch iPhone With Under-Display Fingerprint Sensor in China

Senior U.S. official: Huawei should still be treated as blacklisted

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Here’s how Samsung apparently fixed the Galaxy Fold

Bloomberg just reported that Samsung has already finished redesigning the Galaxy Fold. They stretched the protective film to wrap around the whole display so it is impossible to peel off by hand. They also redesigned the hinge, it is now flushed to the display which helps stretch the film when you unfold the device. The redesign is complete, but they are now in the final stages of producing the commercial version of this. Major components are ready to be shipped, but we may see it until the holidays.

 


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