Reports continue to emerge that the iPhone 14’s car crash detection feature is taking up a lot of rescuers’ resources. False alarms are coming in all over the United States.
Now it has become known that the iPhone 14 believes that a person has an accident when he is actively skiing. Over the weekend alone in Summit County, Colorado, 4 ski resorts processed 71 false alarms from skiers who accidentally activated “car crash detection”.
Each time an emergency call is received, it is processed in order, and each time there is a false alarm due to skiing and other unimportant situations, the waiting time for people who are really in trouble is greatly increased, which puts their lives at risk.
Recently, the Search and Rescue Volunteer Association of Canada also confirmed that the crash detection feature on the new iPhone 14 often does not work correctly. Rescuers arrive by helicopter on an emergency call, and everything is in order with the owner of the iPhone 14.
A visual comparison of the sizes of cooling systems of all three Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones with its predecessors
It seems that Samsung took into account the problems with the Galaxy S22 line of smartphones and did not repeat them in new devices when it comes to cooling systems.
Well-known insider Ice Universe has published a visual comparison of the approximate sizes of cooling systems in each flagship of the past generation and the new one.
As you can see, all systems have become noticeably larger, and in the younger model, instead of a graphite film, an evaporation chamber has appeared.
Whether this is enough for the new products not to overheat and not throttling so much, tests will show, but the performance, as we can already see, is really good. Recall that today we also saw a comparison of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and S23 Ultra cameras.
Ice Universe was the first to accurately talk about the new trend for smartphones with waterfall screens, about the notch in the iPhone X, about the new design of the iPhone 14 and about Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs S22 Ultra in first camera battle. Is there any difference at all?
Despite the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones will go on sale only on February 17, some nominal tests are already appearing on the Web. There are also some comparisons of the photo capabilities of the S23 Ultra with the S22 Ultra.
The authors of Phone Arena have published only a few pictures, but they are enough to think about.
The photos were taken at night, so all the advantages and disadvantages should be visible. However, the nuance is that the difference between the images must be sought with a significant approximation, and there is not much of it there.
Of course, it’s not worth making final conclusions yet, it’s still better to wait for large comparative reviews from different sources. But perhaps the Galaxy S23 Ultra will not offer any significant improvements over its predecessor in terms of photography.
Moreover, the same picture is observed both on the ultra-wide-angle camera and on the younger TV camera. Unfortunately, there are no close-up pictures.
Recall that the performance of the new Samsung flagship has also already been evaluated, and often the iPhone 14 Pro Max is faster.
Which Android smartphones are the most satisfied users. Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi 12S Ultra are knocked off the Antutu rankings by an unexpected newcomer
The team of the popular benchmark AnTuTu has published a fresh rating of smartphones based on the Android operating system, which received the highest user satisfaction ratings.
The leader of the ranking was Huawei Nova 10 Pro, “unexpected and surprising” even for Antutu experts. The model based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 4G debuted last July and scored 97.04% positive reviews in January 2023.
Second place went to Honor X40 GT with 96.23% positive reviews. This smartphone has already hit second place in November and now it’s back again.
Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi 13, which occupied the first and second places in December, fell to the third and ninth places, respectively, with 95.26% and 92.52%. And the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, which held the first place for five months in a row until December, is now in fourth place with 95.15%.
Rounding out the top 10 are OnePlus 11 (94.19%), Vivo X90 Pro+ (93.83%), Red Magic 8 Pro+ (93.68%), iQOO Neo7 Racing Edition (93.51%), Xiaomi 13 (92, 52%) and Redmi K60 Pro (91.91%).
Statistics collected from January 1 to January 31, 2023. The AnTuTu ranking uses averages, not the highest scores. For each smartphone, the results of at least 1000 tests were taken into account – models with fewer tests are not included in the rating.
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