What to expect at MWC 2018 from Samsung, Sony, Nokia, LG, ASUS and others

The annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) officially on Monday, February 26th, but most companies have scheduled their events tomorrow, and some of them including LG, Catphones, ARCHOS and others have already started introducing new products. The upcoming week is going to be a cornucopia of smartphone goodness and we’re on ground already to bring you the latest on the latest! With the tone set, we thought it right to bring you a quick rundown of the latest buzz from Barcelona about what to expect. So without further ado, here’s the top announcements we expect from MWC 2018. Samsung We already know all the details about the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones, including detailed specifications and the price. The design, battery capacity and the display of the Galaxy S9 series is expected to be similar to the Galaxy S8 series, but the internals will have a minor upgrade. The Galaxy S9 is said to feature 12MP variable aperture camera to adjust between f/ 1.5 and f/ 2.4 aperture as well as 480fps super slo-mo recording. The Galaxy S9+ is said to come with dual rear camera. The fingerprint sensor will be moved below the camera to make it easy to access. The phones are said to be powered …
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Here’s what to expect from Samsung, LG and others at MWC 2018


The annual Mobile World Congress expo is nearly upon us, and that means we’re in for a bevy of phone launches next week. Here’s a quick rundown of everything we’re excited to see there from major brands in just a couple of days. Samsung Everything you need to know about Samsung’s next flagship has already been doing the rounds: the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will share much of their design thinking with their predecessors, while moving the fingerprint sensor below the camera on the rear panel (seen above). Speaking of cameras, the larger S9+ is slated to get a dual…

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Google will begin certifying Android devices for business use, starting with phones from LG, BlackBerry, Motorola, and others

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When it comes to security, Android devices are a mixed bag – to say the least. Few manufacturers make promises about long-term support, and timely security updates are rare. This is understandably a concern for large businesses, which often don’t want to worry about security flaws or constantly deploy new devices. For many enterprise customers, the question of which Android phones should be used is difficult to answer.

Google’s solution to this problem is the ‘Android Enterprise Recommended’ program, which defines which Android devices are ideal for business use.

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How to Stop Others from Adding/Removing Accessories or Scenes to Home App on iPhone and iPad

How to Stop Others to Add-Remove Accessories or Scenes to Home App on iPhone and iPad

Your naughty brother keeps on adding unnecessary scenes to the Home app; despite your repeated warning. Today, you have decided enough is enough and want to disallow him to add or remove accessories or scenes from the Home app on iPhone or iPad.

Stopping others from adding or deleting HomeKit accessories is quite simple and hardly takes a few steps. Let me show you how it works!

How to Stop Others to Add-Remove Accessories or Scenes to Home App on iPhone and iPad

How to Disallow Others to Add or Remove Accessories or Scenes to Home App on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch the Home app on your iOS device → tap on the tiny arrow atHomePod Settings Arrow the top right corner.

Step #2. Now, select the person that you want to edit permissions for.

Step #3. Next, turn off the switch next to Allow Editing.

Going forward, this person won’t be able to edit accessories. But if you ever happen to change your mind and allow him to get onboard again, follow the same steps and turn on the switch in the end.

How to Remove A Person to Prevent Him/Her from Controlling Your HomeKit Accessories

You have already disallowed a person from editing accessories. Now, you want to remove him to completely block his path to return.

Step #1. Open the Home app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, tap on the tiny arrow HomePod Settings Arrowlocated at the upper right corner.

Step #3. Next, tap the user and then hit Remove Person.

That’s done!

Over to you

It’s pretty easy to manage the editing permissions, isn’t it? Share your thought in the comments.

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