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iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 started to discharge and overheat quickly

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After the release of iOS and iPadOS 14.6, some users started reporting that their devices were running low on power very quickly. One of the users writes about the fast discharge of the iPhone 11 Pro and Apple Smart Cover.

Immediately after the update, the charge on the iPhone 11 Pro dropped to 2%, and the charge on the Apple Smart Cover dropped to 15%. Usually, the smartphone remains fully charged after an update, and the Apple Smart Cover discharges to 20% after a 15-hour work day without being connected to the network. The battery remains at 100% for over a year. The Smart Cover battery icon no longer appears on the home screen when connected or disconnected.

According to forum posts, the issue affects all devices, regardless of the state of a particular battery. Another user stated that the iPhone 12 Pro not only began to drain faster than usual, but also began to overheat while running Safari. Similar messages came from owners of the iPhone 12 mini.

Yes, I upgraded my iPhone 12 mini from 14.2 to 14.6 a couple of days ago. In the morning I used the smartphone for several minutes, when suddenly the charge dropped to almost zero, and the smartphone itself became very hot.

If the issue is indeed software related, Apple could release a patch for iOS 14.6 or postpone a patch for iOS 14.7, which is currently in beta.

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The long-awaited Always-On Display in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will allow you to display widgets from the lock screen

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The long awaited Always On Display in the iPhone 14 Pro and

All the latest data indicates that at least the older smartphones of the iPhone 14 line will receive Always-On Display support.

The long-awaited Always-On Display in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will allow you to display widgets from the lock screen

According to Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, the Always-On Display on the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max models will allow new widgets created for the lock screen to be displayed on the screen.

This means that not only the clock can be displayed on the off screen, but also the calendar, unread messages, weather forecast, stock quotes, and so on. All that is in the form of widgets for the lock screen. How it will be possible to interact with such data in Always-On Display mode is still unknown.

The older models of the new generation, we recall, are credited with 120 Hz screens that are capable of reducing the frame rate to 1 Hz. This will allow smartphones to consume battery power very economically in Always-On Display mode.

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Unique on the outside and simple on the inside. Nothing Phone (1) specs leaked before announcement

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Unique on the outside and simple on the inside Nothing

Although the new Nothing Phone (1) smartphone is already available for pre-order in India, the developers have not yet confirmed its specifications.

Nothing is said to be in talks with Reliance Digital to sell the Nothing Phone (1) in its retail stores. The expected characteristics of the device were also published.

Nothing Phone (1) will receive a FullHD + OLED screen with support for a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It will be built on the basis of a Snapdragon 778G + single-chip system, the amount of RAM will be 8 GB.

Unique on the outside and simple on the inside.  Nothing Phone (1) specs leaked before announcement

The main camera will be equipped with image sensors with a resolution of 50 and 16 megapixels, the front camera will be 16 megapixels. The battery capacity will be 4500 mAh, it will support 45-watt charging.

The smartphone will run on the Android 12 operating system with the Nothing OS shell and proprietary Glyph Interface installed.

The presentation of Nothing Phone (1) is expected on July 12th.

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The first smartphone based on Dimensity 9000+ will receive 200-watt charging. Details about iQOO 10

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The first smartphone based on Dimensity 9000 will receive 200 watt

According to the latest information released by trusted source Digital Chat Station, the iQOO 10 will be the first phone based on the single cryo-published Dimensity 9000+ system.

The Mediatek platform was only announced last week as an improved version of the Dimensity 9000. It has a slight CPU and GPU performance boost, as well as some improvements. The high-performance Cortex-X2 core operates at clock speeds up to 3.2GHz. The Taiwanese manufacturer promised that the first devices with this platform will be released in the third quarter.

The first smartphone based on Dimensity 9000+ will receive 200-watt charging.  Details about iQOO 10

According to previous reports, iQOO 10 should also use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 2 SoC. It seems that iQOO is going to release two versions of the new flagships, offering the customer the choice.

The iQOO 10 is also expected to support 200W ultra-fast charging technology, which will fully charge the battery in just 12 minutes. This will be a new record.

The iQOO 10 will reportedly use a side-curved LTPO 2K screen with 120Hz refresh rate support and a large-area ultrasonic fingerprint under the screen. The main camera will be 50 megapixels.

Digital Chat Station was the first to accurately announce the specifications and release dates of Redmi K50 and Xiaomi 12.

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