Posts Categorized: Mobile Device Testing

Android 10 Has Been Released

Google has officially released Android 10, although the release is starting with Google Pixel devices and will branch out to include other models over the course of the year; historically, carrier uptake can often take a while as well. You can read about the new Android 10 features on their blog, if interested. Android 10… Read more »

Lab Hardware Update: New Mobile Devices

We’ve recently added a couple of new devices to out hardware labs; nothing particularly fancy but very useful: An iPhone XS Max running iOS 12 A Samsung Galaxy Tab A (10”) tablet running Android 9.0 These devices round out our inventory of current-generation Apple phones while also giving us another popular Android tablet running the… Read more »

iOS 13 Hardware Requirements

With the upcoming release of iOS 13 this fall, Apple will once again be revising its list of supported devices. Nothing surprising here, just the usual incremental drops in device support that happen each year: iPhone support for iOS 13 will be dropping the iPhone 5S, 6, and 6+ base models; the new baseline for… Read more »

5G Networks Are Beginning to Roll Out

As of this April, Verizon has officially launched its own 5G network. The network is currently live in two U.S. cities—Chicago and Minneapolis. This makes it the first live 5G network in the world. While the initial rollout is small, the company is expecting to expand to 30 more markets by the end of the… Read more »