Several leaks are making news in the mobile tech world Monday.
First, details are emerging about two highly anticipated smartphone releases next week, and Apple is reportedly mulling major changes to how it rolls out iOS updates.
Apple will start releasing public betas of its latest iOS versions as it struggles with ongoing bugs in the platform, according to a report.
The iPhone maker plans to release the upcoming iOS 8.3 as a public beta via the company's existing AppleSeed program in mid-March, 9to5Mac reported Monday, citing multiple people briefed on the plans.
Apple successfully launched the OS X Public Beta program last year with OS X Yosemite. The goal is to reassure users that new iOS versions are well tested ahead of official launches.
Also, recently leaked images appear to show a 360-degree view of HTC's forthcoming One M9 device. It's rumored to feature the new Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a traditional 20 megapixel camera on the back, according to Gizmodo. The UltraPixel camera has reportedly been relocated to the front of the device.
The Taiwanese mobile firm will introduce the device at next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Separately, Samsung will unveil the latest version of its flagship Galaxy device at MWC.
T-Mobile confirmed via Twitter that will carry Samsung's forthcoming gadget. The carrier also linked to a web page showing a clear image of the front of the device and its curved edges. It bears a striking resemblance to Samsung's Note Edge.
T-Mobile says it will have more info to share on March 1.