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EngadgetNov 30, 2022
OnePlus promises four years of major OS updates for some 2023 phones
OnePlus is joining the ranks of Android vendors committing to longer-term support. The Oppo brand is promising four years of major OxygenOS updates for "selected" phones launching in 2023 and later. They'll also receive five years of security patches. The company hasn't named devices, but it won't be surprising if the company prioritizes higher-end phones like the unofficially expected OnePlus 11 series.

The phone maker also teased some features coming to OxygenOS 13.1 when it ships in the first half of 2023. The new software will include a revised always-on display with Spotify support, AI-guided memory management that boosts performance, Dolby Atmos-based spatial audio (built in tandem with Google and Dolby), a second-gen private data space and a new "Aquamorphic" design language.

The policy puts OnePlus roughly on par with Samsung, which touted four years of Android upgrades and five years of security fixes for flagship phones. Google started delivering five years of security updates starting with the Pixel 6 family, but is only guaranteeing new versions for three years. Apple typically provides five years of major revisions for iPhones and occasionally releases critical security fixes for older models.

The pledge may be worth considering if you're determined to have the latest software features throughout the practical lifespan of your phone. It's still common for other Android brands to offer fewer updates, and Motorola even drew criticism for initially planning

Mac RumorsNov 29, 2022
Apple CEO Tim Cook Meeting With Republican Lawmakers in Washington
Apple CEO Tim Cook this week traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with top Republican lawmakers, reports Bloomberg. Cook is said to be aiming to create ties with the GOP as it prepares to assume control of the House in the new year.

EngadgetNov 29, 2022
Shockingly, the Pixel 7a will probably look a lot like the Pixel 6a
If history is anything to go on, Google won't announce the next entry in its Pixel A series until I/O 2023. That means we could be waiting as much as six months before the company is ready to share any substantial information on the device. Of course, that's not stopping the rumor mill from getting an early start on leaking details about the Pixel 7a.

Over on Smartprix (via XDA Developers), Steve Hemmerstoffer of OnLeaks fame has shared early renders of the upcoming device. Unsurprisingly, the images suggest the Pixel 7a will look a lot like its predecessor and Google's 2022 flagships. According to Smartprix, the dimensions of the new device are nearly identical to the Pixel 6a, with the former reportedly coming in at 10.1mm thick at the camera bump. The phone also looks to feature relatively thin bezels, a not-so-prominent chin and a center display cutout for the selfie camera.

Steve HemmerstofferNotably, the renders indicate the Pixel 7a will feature a SIM tray on its left side, suggesting - at least for the time being - Google won't follow Apple's decision to go all in on eSIM. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like the search giant has decided to bring back the he

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