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The new March feature update includes a new ability to pin games to the Quick Resume section on the Xbox dashboard, and Microsoft is now also allowing users to remap the share button on the Xbox controllers.
It seems that a select few will be able to get their new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X gaming consoles very soon
The Alexa app will have support for the newly launched Xbox Series X and Series S as well as the Xbox One.
Pre-orders for the Xbox Series X and S kick off on September 22 across the globe, both via one-time payment and Xbox All Access.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the new possible variant of the Google Pixel 5, the new Moto RAZR 5G, and more.
Xbox Series S will be up for grabs at $24.99 per month with Xbox All Access, while the Xbox Series X runs slightly higher at $34.99 per month.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the new 4G-only iPhone 12, Google Pixel 5's appearance on a website, Xiaomi's new Mi 10 Ultra, and more.
Microsoft still hasn't locked a specific launch date though.
The 'Lockhart' console might debut as Xbox Series S and will reportedly target 1080p and 1440p gaming compared to the 4K prowess of the Xbox Series X.
Classic games will also benefit from faster load times and resolution upscaling on the Xbox Series X, without changing any core gameplay element.
Epic Games has also promised that it will support cross-play across all platforms, including the current and next-generation consoles.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the delay in future Apple products with mini-LED technology, the launch of the LG Velvet and more
The Xbox Series X Optimized games will also support Smart Delivery, which means you won't have to pay for an upgraded version when it arrives.
Microsoft's chief of Xbox division, Phil Spencer, has assured that the company is still on track with its plans to launch the Xbox Series X later this year.