Google Fi expands support to iPhones, Google Pixel 3 Lite spotted?
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Google's wireless service is finally making its way to other phones, most notably the iPhone.
Project Fi as its been known, is now Google Fi, and supports iPhones as well as what Google describes as a majority of Android devices.
Some phones might not support all the Google Fi features Like switching between carriers.
Instagram has added new features intended to provide a better experience for people with vision impairments.
They've introduced automatic alternative text which lets you hear descriptions of pictures when using the platform and the new update will also let users add their own custom alternative text to a post.
And finally, a Russian blog appears to have gotten its hands on Google Pixel 3 Lite, a rumored version of Google's new flagship line of devices.
While not independently confirmed, it should be noted that the Google Pixel 3 and 3XL were among the most leaked phones in history.
So early information on a 3 Lite shouldn't be surprising.
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