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iOS 10: Has Apple run out of ideas? – The Refresh

Welcome to The Refresh, a new series from TrustedReviews where we pick out this week’s highlights from the tech world.

This week on The Refresh:

Apple has unveiled iOS 10, the latest update for iPhones and iPads. Is there anything to get excited about? Deputy Editor Andy Vandervell (@andyvan) fills us in.

Who won E3 2016? – Alastair Stevenson (@MonkeyGuru) and Andy Vandervell fight over who won E3 in this week’s Head-to-Head.

Star Trek Bridge Crew – It’s the most fun Michael Passingham’s (@MrPassingham) ever had in VR and is almost as excited about it as Levar Burton!

Dyson 360 Eye first look – And we’re the first in the UK to get a hands-on preview of the Dyson 360 Eye, a Roomba-style robotic vacuum cleaner.

Xbox One S vs Xbox One – What’s new in Microsoft’s new console?

OnePlus 3 Everything you need to know – The latest OnePlus has an incredible 6GB of RAM and an AMOLED screen.

Moto G4 review – Is it still the best budget phone around? We think so.

Virtual reality and robots? The future has definitely arrived.

Tune in next Friday for another episode of The Refresh with your host Tom Honeyands (@TheTechChap).


We hope you enjoyed the show and please let us know what you’d like to see in the comments.

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