Not so long ago, Nokia released the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio feature phone with a storage compartment for wireless headphones, after which Ulefone launched the world’s first rugged smartphone with built-in headphones on Kickstarter.
At the time of the announcement, it was reported that the developers had collected a third of the required amount, but now enough funds have been raised for the release of Ulefone Armor 15, which means that the smartphone will definitely be released.
A pair of TWS earphones are reportedly built into the top of the phone, and they will automatically connect to the phone when users take them out. In addition, the smartphone received powerful front stereo speakers.
Ulefone Armor 15 is equipped with a 5.45-inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 720 pixels, MediaTek Helio G35 single-chip system. The phone has 6 GB of memory and 128 GB of flash memory, runs on the Android 12 system and supports NFC.
This phone is IP68/69K and MIL-STD-810G certified, making it waterproof, dustproof and shockproof.
The novelty is offered for $170.
AirPods Pro 2 not needed? The original AirPods Pro also got an adaptive transparency mode
Apple has released a beta version of iOS 16.1, which makes available on the original AirPods Pro headphones the adaptive transparency mode introduced in the second generation AirPods Pro.
As you can see in the screenshot, original AirPods Pro users who updated to the AirPods 5A304A beta firmware can now see the Adaptive Transparency Mode option in AirPods Pro settings.
AirPods Pro 2 features a new H2 chip, longer battery life, a new charging case, and a new earbud size to better fit the wearer’s ear. Users can charge AirPods Pro using the Apple Watch charger, MagSafe chargers and Qi-certified chargers are also compatible.
The adaptive transparency mode can significantly reduce the intensity of loud sounds such as whistling or power tools, while still allowing users to hear ambient sound well. It is not known how well this feature will be carried over to the original AirPods Pro, as the original AirPods Pro only had the H1 chip, and Apple has stated that adaptive transparency is provided by the H2 chip. Many AirPods Pro 2 users admire Apple, calling it “obsessed with details.”
Apple iOS 16.1 also includes battery percentage for more iPhone models such as the iPhone 11 and iPhone 13 mini. Apple has changed the battery indicator to a dynamic icon.
Another new Apple product is again completely unsuitable for repair. AirPods Pro 2 got zero points from iFixit
Apple AirPods have never been known for even tolerable repairability, and the new AirPods Pro 2 are no exception, earning zero points from iFixit.
Like past models of AirPods, the new headphones cannot be properly disassembled. To get to all the insides, they simply have to be broken. Of course, this has nothing to do with renovation.
At one time, the first AirPods Pro also got zero points from iFixit, so in this regard, the new model did not become better than the old one.
Apple is obsessed with details. AirPods Pro 2 owners admire the company
Apple’s flagship wireless noise-canceling headphones AirPods Pro 2 went on sale on Friday, with early adopters getting excited.
It is reported that there are not so many changes compared to the original AirPods Pro, however, users have found that in the customized version of AirPods Pro 2 purchased from the official website, the pop-up animation of the headphones contains an engraved pattern on the charging case body.
Many AirPods Pro 2 users admire Apple, calling it “obsessed with details.”
Lumafield has shared CT scans of the charging case for the second-generation AirPods Pro fully wireless earphones, showing internal changes to the case.
Improvements to the charging case include water resistance, support for the Apple Watch magnetic charging puck, and longer battery life.
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