The Aphelios Bundle Is Not Ready to Launch Today, But It Will Be in 2018

Wired, January 4, 2018 The Aphelinics Bundle is not ready for launch today, but it will be in 2018.

That means there are many, many more features in there that will not make it into the next version of the Android operating system.

This post was originally published on January 3, 2018.

Android fans who missed the announcement that the Google Nexus phones were going to ship with the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system should have a chance to wait until February 11, 2018, when the devices go on sale.

In that case, they will be able to grab the latest software, which includes everything that the company is working on.

Google has also revealed that the new version of Android is being called Android Nougat, with the release date of February 11 as a target date.

Google also says that its developers have also been working on several new features for the next Android release.

That’s why it’s very important to remember that these upcoming software updates are still weeks away, and that they will take some time to reach you.

That said, the software has been made available for download to users for a long time now.

Android 8.0 Oreo and 8.1 Oreo are already available, and Google says that it plans to release a new version for each of these new versions in early 2019.

It will take a while for the software to be ready for general use, so the release of this new Android version should be a little easier for the average Android user.

The new software is expected to come with a number of improvements, including improved camera support and a more robust notification system.

As for security updates, Google is also planning to support several new operating system versions.

That includes support for Android 9.0 Marshmallow and the Android 10.0 Lollipop.

Google is planning to roll out the new Android OS to all Android devices starting February 21, 2019, which is the day after the first of these upcoming OS updates is released.

The Android OS updates are designed to improve security and performance for users, but we should be able do the same with the software.

Wired, January 4, 2018 The Aphelinics Bundle is not ready for launch today, but it will be in 2018.That means…