Asus Zenfone 10 is coming on June 29th
Asus has finally announced the launch date for its upcoming Zenfone 10. The next compact flagship of the Koreans will be unveiled on Thursday, June 29 at 15:00 CEST (13:00 UTC). The event will be streamed live on YouTube, the video is already public.
The Zenfone 10 event landing page features a series of teaser videos that confirm the Asus phone’s key specs. These include a 5.8-inch display, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, a second-generation six-axis gimbal stabilization system, and wireless charging. Surprisingly, the Zenfone 9 lacked the latter.
The teasers also confirm new color options, with green appearing to be the dominant theme. More teasers are likely to appear in the run-up to the event.
First One UI 5 Watch Beta for Galaxy Watch4 and Watch5 is here
Samsung announced One UI 5 Watch a month ago and now the first beta is here. It is available for the Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic as well as the Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro. Anyone wanting to try the beta must sign up through the Samsung Members app. A banner titled “One UI Watch Beta Program” should appear in the app.
After logging in, you should see an update for the Galaxy Watch. The new firmware is around 1.5 GB in size. Therefore, you should make sure that the smartwatch has at least 30% battery as it may take a while to copy and install.
ChatGPT app for iOS: Update brings Siri integration and shortcuts
OpenAI’s ChatGPT app for iOS has been available in Apple’s App Store for a few weeks now. Now the first new features are coming, including deeper integration with Siri and Shortcuts. In addition, the app is now also optimized for iPads and runs in full-screen mode.
Shortcuts can be used to create and save a custom ChatGPT prompt. You can then link them to other apps and perform an action. For example, you can save the answer to a question in notes or send it automatically via a messaging app. Or just ask Siri to do it.
The drag and drop feature enabled on all Apple devices can now also be used with the ChatGPT app. To do this, simply drag and drop the answer from ChatGPT to other apps.