From the latest software rollouts to gadget drops, here’s our quick round up of the latest September tech news that we’ve deemed to be worthy of your attention.
Technology sure is great, but in order for it to stay relevant, beneficial and glitch free, the double edge sword of this new world is the constant updates that the humble consumer is required to keep up with. After all, QR codes wouldn’t work so well with the simple Nokia 3315, right?
There is always a new way to streamline a process, eliminate a redundant task or even just a means to procrastinate with technology. In essence, new product drops, software updates and even fresh games to hit the market are regularly released so that we can make the most of it – so what’s on offer this month when it comes to September tech news?
With 2021 already well and truly past the halfway mark, tech giants around the globe are dropping new games, software and devices left right and centre – particularly as the Northern Hemisphere is hanging onto the last few days of summer, or the era that Silicon Valley would class as ‘peak season’. For the savvy digital consumer, we’ve deemed the below to be the most noteworthy this month in regards to September tech news.
The Annual Apple Event – Apple almost always drops their new products during an annual September event held by the Silicon Valley tech giants, with the new iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 rumoured to be arriving on either September 14 or 15. Although the event is likely to be virtual, Apple fans around the world are eagerly awaiting to see what’s next.
SpaceX Launches First Civilian Mission – Founded and operated by tech billionaire Elon Musk, SpaceX has come a long way since it was first established in 2002. On September 15, SpaceX is set to launch its first ever civilian mission aptly dubbed “Inspiration4”, with the plan being to orbit around earth every ninety minutes on a customised flight path for three days.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 – Phones with big screens have become all the rage, but many users have begun to shy away from them purely because they take up too much space. Samsung’s latest offering gives users the best of both worlds, with all the benefits of a massive screen in a device that flips down into half its size. Needless to say, the reviews have been positive.
Foxtel Introduces iQ5 – With cable television rapidly becoming a thing of the past, Foxtel have announced their latest offering, Foxtel iQ5. With a simple plug and play set-up allowing customers to be streaming Foxtel within minutes with no cable or satellite installation needed, it’s a move that Foxtel no doubt hopes to use to win back customers from streaming services.
Amazon Releases “New World” – Tech nerds all over the world are itching to try Amazon’s first foray into the world of online gaming, with New World set to drop in Australia on September 28. Touted as a massive RPG with over 1,000 players per server, the buy to play game is set in the 17th century, and mixes real world history with magic, mythology and hardcore fantasy.
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