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The lack of noise cancellation in the new iPhone 13 is not a bug, but a feature. Apple has confirmed that this is how it should be

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The question of the lack of noise reduction in the iPhone 13 line, which has been in all Apple smartphones for many years, appeared almost immediately after the announcement. However, this was previously thought to be an iOS issue, and Apple will bring it back later.

The lack of noise cancellation in the new iPhone 13 is not a bug, but a feature.  Apple has confirmed that this is how it should be

It turned out that he would not return. Simply because the smartphones of the iPhone 13 line simply do not support such a function. This was directly stated to one of the users in Apple technical support.

The lack of noise cancellation in the new iPhone 13 is not a bug, but a feature.  Apple has confirmed that this is how it should be

Interestingly, this very user communicated with the technical support of the Cupertino giant for several months, where he was initially advised to wait for software updates. Whether something has really changed in the company’s plans or whether it’s just about the incompetence of some employees is unclear, but, apparently, it’s not worth waiting for the stipulated function to appear in current smartphones. Whether it will return to the iPhone 14 and why it was removed in the iPhone 13 is still anyone’s guess.

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Samsung is preparing a smartphone that will be weaker than its predecessor two years ago. Galaxy M54 will receive SoC Exynos 1380

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Smartphone Samsung Galaxy M54 lit up in the Geekbench database. Unfortunately, as previously reported, he will not receive any SoC Snapdragon 888, although this is expected.

Samsung is preparing a smartphone that will be weaker than its predecessor two years ago.  Galaxy M54 will receive SoC Exynos 1380

Samsung’s mid-budget novelty will receive the same platform as the Galaxy A54. Probably, the Galaxy A34 will also receive it.

We are talking about the not yet presented Exynos 1380, which will replace the Exynos 1280. In the benchmark, the new SoC scores 750 and almost 2700 points in single-threaded and multi-threaded modes, respectively. And this is almost the level of Snapdragon 778G, that is, this is an excellent result for a mid-budget smartphone. True, we are only talking about processor performance, and we do not yet know which GPU the new SoC will receive.

Samsung is preparing a smartphone that will be weaker than its predecessor two years ago.  Galaxy M54 will receive SoC Exynos 1380

It is also worth noting that the Galaxy M52 was also based on the Snapdragon 778G, and the Galaxy M53 received a slightly less productive Dimensity 900. Thus, the Galaxy M54 model, at least in terms of the processor part, will be slightly inferior even not to its predecessor, but to the device two years ago.

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Bullitt Group and MediaTek want to launch a satellite-enabled smartphone

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Bullitt Group and MediaTek want to launch a satellite enabled smartphone

The British manufacturer Bullitt Group, which produces devices under the brands CAT and Motorola, intends to release a smartphone with satellite communications. They want to implement this project together with the Chinese chipmaker MediaTek.

Bullitt Group and MediaTek want to launch a satellite-enabled smartphone

It is assumed that the new smartphone will provide calls and text data via satellite, although it is not yet clear how this will work. The device itself will be released in the first quarter of 2023.

The novelty has been developed for two years, so the project is nearing completion. According to Bullitt Group co-founder Richard Wharton, previously the seamless integration of satellite communications into a smartphone was accompanied by problems, but now they are solved.

The new phone will be the first to use MediaTek’s 3GPP NTN chipset. The software will keep track of what type of connection is currently being used – Wi-Fi or cellular network. The connection to the satellite will be carried out only in the absence of both of these options.

It is claimed that the time to connect to the satellite and send a message is about 10 seconds. This is longer than a regular connection, but still pretty fast.

Note that Apple already has this and Samsung will soon have it.

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Apple may sell 15-20 million iPhones less than planned in the quarter

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Deliveries of top Apple smartphones in the quarter may be much lower than predicted.

Apple may sell 15-20 million iPhones less than planned in the quarter

According to well-known Tianfeng International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, shipments of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max could be 15-20 million lower than Apple originally planned. It’s all about shutting down one of the iPhone factories due to the outbreak of COVID-19. In addition, there are continuing protests of workers, which also does not contribute to improving the situation with production.

Apple transferred some of the orders that Foxconn cannot fully fulfill to Pegatron and Luxshare, but we are talking about only 10%.

According to the results for the fourth quarter, Apple can ship 70-75 million devices instead of 80-85 million, which could have entered the market if it were not for the events that have occurred.

Of course, this will also affect revenue. According to Kuo’s forecast, Apple could earn 20-30% less for the quarter.

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