Lately, all the major players in the technology world have been announcing new products. For instance, Windows 10 was released just a few months ago and has already been a huge hit among consumers. Meanwhile, Windows 7 still dominates the PC industry.
For this fall season, it seems like everyone in the business has something new in store for us to check out. Here is what has already been announced:
Microsoft – introduced a new Surface 4, a couple of flagship Lumia phones and a new band.
The Surface 3 was the one they got right so therefore, they are trying to build upon a mature product. The Lumia’s are probably great phones that nobody is going to buy because we are so used to Android and Apple phones.
Apple – introduced new iPhones, a large iPad, a new mini iPad, an updated TV player and updated software.
The iPhone 6s sales have already surpassed the previous models’ and the overall performance benchmarks are great. I personally wouldn’t be comfortable with a thousand dollar device in my pocket but I’m curious to know how the new iPad Pro and Apple Pencil will work out.
Google – announced two new Nexus phones and the new version of Android they will run on.
The top of the line products that a company offers are called flagships. Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC, and these new Nexus phones are the top flagships for Android phones. However, I have read that it might not be necessary to have these Nexus phones since there are other great flagships out there that are lower-priced and deliver similar performance.
Samsung – has rolled out new Galaxy flagship phones and new Galaxy S2 tablets already this fall.
Even though Samsung has not been doing as well lately, they are still cranking out awesome products. Almost every review acknowledges that their phones and tablets are at or near the top of the Android devices list. From what I can tell, their displays are always very sharp.
Everyone Else – there seems to be new products coming out every day, such as Android phones and tablets, convertible laptops, new operating systems or updates, Intel processors based on their new Skylake chipset, game console advancements, virtual reality devices, and streaming players.
Also, have you seen the new wearable tech? I have never owned a smart watch or band but I am sure that when I finally get one, there will be a whole mature industry behind them.
Furthermore, I like to stay in the loop about what is coming out so at least I know whatever products they are replacing will be going on sale!