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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the Samsung Galaxy Fold being delayed in several countries, possible iPhone XI design, and more.
We have more reasons to believe that the 6.1"LCD iPhone will be available until October, the good thing is that we are having many color options
As suspected, Verizon's Oreo update for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge turned out to be a false alarm, and the actual rollouts may not happen anywhere in the world for at least a few more weeks.
LG's having some problems with the big Android 8.0 update on that V30 for T-Mobile customers. But yeah, what's this about Oregon and Texas?
OnePlus says the OxygenOS 5.0 update has a "bug" that needs fixing and, thus, will not be available anymore until things are fixed.
The only way out of widely reported iPhone X mass manufacturing pickles may have been a relaxation of "some" Face ID specifications for parts suppliers.
You'll need to be very quick to get the iPhone X at launch, either online or offline, since shipments are only expected to hit 20 million units this year.
It's the classic good news/bad news scenario - Apple's Face ID troubles are reportedly almost over, but iPhone X production remains clogged.
With TrueDepth camera production woes far from over, iPhone X shipments from Foxconn factories have reportedly got off to a predictably slow start.
The Moto X4 was supposed to start shipping on October 5, but some issues have nixed that date for eager Project Fi subscribers.
More and more supply chain sources hint at various iPhone X mass manufacturing woes, most related to the Face ID-enabling TrueDepth camera.
Production for all three new iPhones is reportedly "gaining momentum" already, which means you may be able to buy the iPhone 8 starting next month.
The Nokia 6 and Nokia 5, which the Nokia 3 launched alongside with, both have Android 7.1.1. So, when will the little sibling have its turn exactly?
The app store has reportedly been getting doubtful glances from third-party developers and even Spotify. Will Fitbit make it up by the fall?
Both the ZenWatch 2 and ZenWatch 3 are still waiting for their Android Wear 2.0 updates that were originally due in April or May.
A unique, e-ink keyboard for Macs may not appear in color anytime soon while we may never get to see smart glasses from Apple...
It may be in the later weeks of June before Galaxy S8 users will get to talk to Bixby. The assistant's reportedly trying to wrap its head around English.
But a bigger story tells that this pivotal product won't be firing on all cylinders thanks to challenges posed with Android app integration on Chrome OS.
Almost seven long months after AT&T and T-Mobile launched the LTE-capable Samsung Gear S3, Verizon still hasn't managed to follow suit.
Could the game-changing iPhone 8, aka X, aka Edition or Pro, launch in October or even November? Will Apple suffer if it does?
Chinese pre-orders are bound for several more weeks of wait and a few more goodies to compensate for them. Global availability is expected for Q2.
Other news from the fourth quarter earnings call include shipments of the BlackBerry Aurora and more hardware licensing coming soon.
While Samsung claims it has Galaxy S8 supply under control, rumors suggest otherwise. Meanwhile, analysts expect up to 60 million 2017 sales.