While waiting for the avalanche of announcements next week (Apple, Google, Samsung and Huawei all organize events), this week has been more discreet in novelties.
Among the most important information of the week, we retain in particular the decision of Apple to appeal in the lawsuit opposing it to Epic Games, or the leaks on the Pixel 6 of Google.
Here is a summary of the news of the week in addition to our weekly show What I Mail with François Sorel, Anthony Morel and Nicolas Lellouche.
The week of the dead
Monday, Apple is organizing a keynote a priori dedicated to Macs. Tuesday, Google will present its Pixel 6. Wednesday, it will be followed by Samsung. Finally, on Thursday, Huawei will announce new smartphones in Europe. Rarely has a program been so busy, which should delight fans of new technologies.
“Hang in there”: Apple announces a new keynote on October 18
Pixel 6: Google will launch its new smartphones on October 19
Samsung is hosting a new Galaxy Unpacked event on October 20
Apple, Google, Samsung, Huawei: next week promises to be full of announcements
Our test of the Nintendo Switch OLED
This week, we also presented our test of the new Nintendo console. In line with the 2017 model, the new OLED Switch innovates above all with its new larger screen with infinite contrast. Should I replace my console? Our journalist Pierre Fontaine gives you his opinion.
First tests of the OLED Switch: should you fall for its larger screen?
Apple returns to war against Epic
Even though he welcomed his victory in the lawsuit against Epic Games, Apple decided to appeal. No doubt to postpone the decision of the judges, the Californian manufacturer is relaunching the legal battle. At the same time, it published a manifesto on its site on the risk that the installation of applications outside the App Store could cause.
Why Apple is appealing in the lawsuit between it and Epic Games
Apple once again steps up to defend a closed and unrivaled App Store
Pixel 6 leaks before release
While waiting for their presentation on Tuesday, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have revealed themselves in detail this week. We now know almost everything about these devices, including future offerings from Google.
The Google Pixel 6 will allow you to erase strangers from your photos
Pixel Pass: Google could combine its smartphones, YouTube Premium and a package in a subscription
01net.com gives you an appointment next Saturday for a new update on weekly news with undoubtedly a lot of information on Apple, Google, Samsung and Huawei.