Apple announces WWDC dates, Google releases Android Q Beta
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Apple officially announced that it's world wide developers conference, will run from June 3rd to June 7th.
In the past Apple shown off new versions of iOS, MacOS and watchOS at the event.
Recent hardware announcement have included the HomePod, the iMac Pro and even the iPad Pro.
Developers can register for WWDC starting on March 20th.
Google's newest version of Android is out in beta form.
It's known as Android Q and it's available only on Pixel devices.
Android Q brings in new sharing shortcuts which are supposed to be much quicker than older versions.
Apps will also be able to include quick settings panels to get to frequently used settings easier.
If you've got a Pixel and wanna try out Android Q, head to google.com/android/beta.
Samsung told Yonhap News that it is working on making its front facing cameras on phones invisible.
In the race to get as much screen on a phone as possible.
We've seen notches, pop up cameras and Samsung's hole punch design.
A Samsung VP said that it screens with invisible cameras are probably more than two years away from hitting the market.
The company also hopes to put more sensors under the screen.
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