Amid the hoopla surrounding Apple's event, LG is unveiling the first phone to ship with Google's new Android Nougat software, hoping to appeal to people who like to take and share photos and video.
Amid rumors of an earbud revamp, when Apple shows off its latest iPhone, it will answer a question it hasn't had to address in years: "What's it putting in the box?" (Besides the iPhone itself, that is.)
There's nothing a new iPhone can't fix. At least that's been true in the past for Apple, which has for years used its marquee product to smash sales records and renew consumer excitement.
In May, Google promised to launch a developer edition of its Project Ara modular phone by the end of the year, with a consumer version in 2017. Those ambitions, however, have apparently been shelved.
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