Lyft co-founder predicts our future, an iPhone 7 hiss reported
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Lyft co-founder John Zimmer explain his vision of the future of transportation in a blog post.
Zimmer says he expects fully autonomous cars to provide the majority of Lyft rides in the US within five years.
Zimmer also believes that private ownership of cars will be nearly extinct by 2025 in major US cities.
This changing behavior should also lead to a change in the way cities are built.
Apple's new iPhone 7 hit the market.
While certain models were unavailable in Apple Stores at launch, another snag popped up.
A number of reports say that some iPhone 7s are emitting some kind of hissing sound.
Stephen Hackett of 512 Pixels recorded the noise.
He says his iPhone 7 Plus makes the sound when under load.
The noise seems to be coming from the logic board, not the speaker.
Apple told Hackett to return the phone to the Apple store for a replacement.
tHe cause of the noise is not yet known.
AndroidHeadlines.com said that one of Google's next phones will run a new version of Android.
The latest version of Android is Android 7.0.
A benchmark reveals that a device that could be a new Google phone would run Android 7.1.
This phone is rumored to be known as the Pixel XL.
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