If you're a regular at Android Central, you'll know that Phil and his team have been insanely busy, and for good reason. The new Nexus lineup dropped the other day (including the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player). Android 5.0 Lollipop went official, and Andrew's Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review went live (if you're considering the latest Note offering from Samsung, this is a must read). There's still plenty to come, so make sure you keep it locked to Android Central as we head into the fall.
As usual, Connectedly has been jam-packed full of really cool stories. Recently we learned more about the Tesla D, and we love it (Elon Musk, if you're reading this, we will gladly take one out for a review!). We also learned more about HERE, and their newest in-car technologies. On the smartwatch side of things, our Ultimate Guide to Pebble was published (it's awesome), and if you're looking to pick up a Pebble prices have dropped $50 on both models.
There's no slowing down over at CrackBerry. The BlackBerry Passport is now available, and you can read Bla1ze's official review right here. You can also take in James Richardson's top 10 game list for the Passport, and be sure to check out details on the BlackBerry Passport Gold Edition. If you're still looking to pick one up, here's a complete list of carriers and places to buy one.
iMore is picking up momentum as we head into the fall. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been the major focus of community discussion, and Rene and team have been busy writing up great stories and how-to's to support all the interest. Some of my favorites this month include what's on Rene's iPhone 6 Plus right now, how to get started with your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and the iPhone 6 / Galaxy S5 / HTC One M8 camera shootout. I can't wait to see what else the team comes up with now that OS X Yosemite, the iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, new iMacs and Mac minis are here!
Special Mention: Late September we were extremely thrilled (and lucky) to welcome Serenity Caldwell to the iMore team. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to an already stellar crew, and we know you're going to love her contributions to the site. Welcome aboard, Serenity!
Windows Phone Central:
As mentioned earlier, we recently started up a brand new developer program on Windows Phone Central, but much more has been going on. If you're into the latest Windows Phone action, you should definitely check out our Nokia Lumia 830 unboxing, and AT&T Lumia 830 vs HTC One showdown. Also be sure to check out 5 great tips from Mark Guim on how to make awesome Color Pop photos with Lumia Creative. Really cool stuff.