On this week’s episode of Rumor Roundup, Mark L. talks about Amazon’s rumored live TV service, Apple releasing a 4K 21.5-inch iMac, and there’s going to be how many versions of the Galaxy S7?
Similar to Sling TV, Amazon is apparently in discussions what CBS and NBCUniversal to offer its own live TV service, though talks are preliminary right now. It’s unclear if the service will be bundled in the cost of Prime; if it is, it’ll be one killer deal.
Meanwhile, it sounds like Samsung is going to release three different versions of the Galaxy S7, though it mostly comes down to the type of chip being included. Europe might get the Exynos M1, India the Exynos 7422, and the Snapdragon 820 here in the U.S.
Finally, Apple is probably going to release a new 4K 21.5-inch iMac, and it could ship as early as next week.
Check out the video above for all the big rumors from this past week.
Samsung is reportedly prepping three different versions of the upcoming Galaxy S7, each with a different processor. According to SamMobile, the South Korean company will offer a slightly different version of the flagship phone depending on where in the world you purchase…
According to a report from Bloomberg Business, Amazon is looking to create its own live TV service. Yes, similar to Sling TV and PlayStation Vue, which have been among the first to truly cater to the cord cutting fantasy. Granted,…
Apple could release its rumored 4K 21.5-inch iMac as soon as next week. According to 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman, the new desktop computer will hit stores on Tuesday, October 13 in limited quantities. The company apparently plans to ramp up production…