Our first proper look at the Google Pixel 6

Plus: N64 games for the Nintendo Switch, snore detection on Fitbit watches, another Galaxy S22 Ultra leak, and more –
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Thursday 16 September 2021
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Early adopters continue to test Windows 11 ahead of its full launch on October 5, and the latest update has introduced quite a significant change: a lot more popups. The alerts are linked to the Tips app, and intended to help new users feel at home.

According to one insider, you'll soon be able to play classic Nintendo 64 games through the Nintendo Switch Online portal, if you're willing to pay for them – there might be a higher-priced tier for access to these games from years gone by.

A software update pushed out to the Fitbit Sense and the Fitbit Versa 3 means the latest Fitbit smartwatches can now detect your snoring at night, adding to the analysis and detail that can be recorded in the sleep section of the Fitbit app.

With the iPhone 13 now revealed, Samsung needs something to counter it with – namely, the Galaxy S22 series. A new leak from a reliable tipster claims the Ultra model will have 45W wired charging, up from 25W on the Galaxy S21 Ultra model.

The highly anticipated Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro should be launched in the coming weeks, and we've now been able to see them in the real world for the first time, courtesy of a new display at the Google Store in Manhattan.
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