Mobile Weekly Recap: Apple WWDC, iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus Sales Halt in China, Android N

Courtesy of Mashable

Beijing Authorities Order Apple to Stop Sales

Chinese authorities have ordered Apple to stop selling both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Beijing, based off a ruling that decided the Apple phones’ designs resembled too closely the 100c phones of Chinese manufacturer, Shenzhen Baili. Apple is still in a position to appeal the decision that was made. Some claim that this poses another challenge to Apple as they continue to try to do business in the country. China also happens to be the biggest market outside the United States.

Android N Developer Preview 4 is Out

Google has released its latest version of Android N Developer Preview (Version 4). The version allegedly will be succeeded by one last version before the final version is released in “Q3 2016.” Version 4 offers developers finalized APIs and a final SDK, giving developers a chance to fix any bugs they may be encountering. More information can be found on the Android Developers Blog.

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