Half of the month of October and the discussions don’t stop there TB community. There is a topic about wireless charger for iPhone, eSIM, new functionality in Nubank, iPhone 15 and much more. Stay here with me to check out these and other issues that had repercussions between the 8th and 14th of October. Let’s go? 😃
Wireless charger damage iPhone?
The concern about the smartphone battery is a fact, after all, we need our cell phone working all the time, as we do practically everything on it. For this, there are wireless chargers, which can be a good idea when it comes to ease, but is this idea also a good idea when what is at stake is the health of the device? 🤔
About the topic, Keaton believes that Fagner’s iPhone battery must have lost capacity over time and that has nothing to do with the charger itself. But not everyone shared that opinion.
1. Wireless chargers do more harm to the battery as they generate more heat. In the medium and long term it makes battery health degrade faster. As a result, your iPhone loses the ability to hold a charge faster.
2. This charger does not appear to be genuine Apple. And the charging speed of all non-original wireless chargers is much lower than if it were Apple’s. If I’m not mistaken, the iPhone only pulls 5W while the originals it pulls 7.5W.
As practical as they are, wireless chargers cause more damage to the battery in addition to consuming much more energy (inefficient). It is estimated that they use 47% more energy than wire chargers. At home it may be little, but on a global scale, if the world only used wireless chargers, it would be horrible for the environment.
My advice: Avoid wireless chargers when possible. I say this because in smartwatches there is no way to run generally.
But, in addition to the heat generated by wireless chargers and other damage, Healing Sienna He also raised another very important point about cell phone battery: the way charging is done. subject that even we already addressed it on APK Games.
So, what is your opinion on all these points involving the cell phone battery? There’s still time to leave your comment there in the topic.. 😉
Other topics that resonated in the Community
Other interesting discussions were also featured in the last week. To follow all the opinions and also leave yours, just access the links below
- Is the TechInn online store reliable?
- Question about eSIM in the US
- Monitor is giving me a headache
- ELSYS ETRI02 stops opening UHF channels
Don’t go away yet! In addition to all these topics raised by you in the Communityour team also produced stories that yielded a lot.
The 5 best discussions about APK Games agendas
- Nubank launches “Street Mode” to give you more security when leaving home
- Threatened by competitors, Tizen OS will reach non-Samsung TVs
- iPhone 15 with USB-C already has a release date predicted by an Apple Store
- Microsoft Office changes its name for the first time in 30 years and becomes Microsoft 365
- Netflix and Hollywood list piracy sites that are a threat to the US
New functionality in Nubank: the “Street Mode”. The feature allows the user to limit the amounts of their transactions when they are away from home, in order to bring more security. Tests begin in the next few days with a fintech customer base.
What about the iPhone 14 that didn’t even arrive right and we’re already talking about the iPhone 15? 😮 Well, according to Mark Gurman, from Bloomberg, Apple is already preparing to launch iPhone 15 with USB-C, following the law passed in the European Union to standardize cell phone connectors. The new device should arrive at the end of 2023.
Well, that’s all for today, I’ll stop here! Don’t forget to follow the technoblog and participate in the discussions that take place in the Community. To the next! ✌️