What’s the Go Pro Hero Session?

The Go Pro Hero Session is relatively new to the Hero lineup, but it’s almost half the price of a Go Pro. So what’s the catch, is it a budget Go Pro or something completely different?

Well, the Hero Session was introduced to deliver the power of a GoPro in a convenient, grab-and-go, everyday camera. It really is perfect for the first time GoPro user, or as a second camera as it’s by far the simplest and smallest video and still camera on the market to use. With a single-button control, stunning 1080p60 video, 8MP photos and rugged, waterproof design, the HERO Session the perfect small, simple camera to take on any adventure. There are, however, a few downsides. The battery time, the low light performance, the range of mounts and the fact that it’s very easy to lose!

Siri To Transcribe Voicemail Messages?

According to rumours circulating online, Apple’s Siri software will be able to transcribe voicemails in the upcoming iOS10 update.

Similar to Apple’s Visual Voicemail feature, the service will be called iCloud Voicemail and will use a virtual assistant to take calls, record and then convert them to text.

These features are currently being tested by Apple employees before the big receal, so we look forward to seeing if this idea does come to fruition. We predict that it will, seeing as the phone can alsready transcribe voice commands.

Do bear in mind that iOS9 will be released in September, so this voicemail feature is probably still 12 months away before debuting.

First Dual-Battery Android Phone Releasing Soon

Yes you’ve read right, there is a smartphone with two batteries releasing soon. Made by Chinese manufacturer Gionee, the smartphone will be the first Android Lollipop smartphone with two batteries.

According to the initial information, the phone will be capable of staying for up to four days, with each power cell having a capacity of 3,000mAh.

You must be wondering how the phone is holding two batteries inside, but the device known as the Gionee M5 is pretty bulky. Weighing double the amount of the iPhone 6 Plus at 213g and measuring up at 152 x 176 x 8.6mm, it is pretty large.

No cost, location of release, nor date has been confirmed as of yet.

Apple To Make New iPhone From Apple Watch Alloy

According to a Taiwanese news outlet, the soon to be released Apple iPhone 6S will be made from the exact aluminium alloy used by the ‘Sport’ version of the Apple Watch.

The sport edition of the watch was sold as a watch which has a special alloy, containing magnesium and zinc. This makes it light as other metals used in smart devices but “60% stronger”.

The plan is to apparently make the next Apple handset extra durable, so it would make sense as to why Apple are looking to use the aluminium alloy material. The Force Touch, part of the Apple Watch is also rumoured to be be featured on the new handset. No other information has been leaked yet, but with a release usually scheduled for September of each year, get ready for rumours galore from now till release day.