4
Jan

USB Type-C Explained: What is USB-C and Why You’ll Want it

USB-C is the emerging standard for charging and transferring data. Right now, it’s included in devices like the newest laptops, phones, and tablets and—given time—it’ll spread to pretty much everything that currently uses the older, larger USB connector. Though the specifications for USB-C were first published in 2014, it’s really just in the last year that the technology has caught

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10
Dec

What you need to know about privacy screen protectors

Security features like end-to-end encryption, two-factor authentication, and a good VPN keep your information safe online. However, something as simple as a few surreptitious glances can cause the biggest privacy issues. If this is something you’re worried about, using a privacy screen protector is the way to go. What are they and how do they work? Here’s everything you need

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25
Nov

Key Specifications of a Tempered Glass Mobile Screen Protector

Mobile devices are now an essential part of everyday communication. They are however at the highest risk of damage compared to other appliances in your home. Among the most frequent issues faced by mobile phone, owners is a cracked phone screen. This is mostly due to dropping off your phone or accidentally breaking it with the contents of your pocket.

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9
Nov

The Ultimate Guide to choose perfect full-tempered glass screen protector for your Smartphone

Why You Need A Screen Protector? Your Smartphone is a precious and valuable possession for you not only for the price tag but also for the usages. A screen protector won’t protect Smartphone from everything and is not unbreakable. But it will add a layer of protection for your phone. Moreover, the cost of repairing your Smartphone’s screen is much

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3
Nov

Korean listing could mean MagSafe Duo Charger release date is close

While the MagSafe Charger Apple announced alongside the iPhone 12 event went on sale alongside the first two phones, there’s been no word yet on the MagSafe Duo Charger release date. That may, however, be about to change. The solo MagSafe charger can be ordered today (along with the 20W USB-C power adapter you’ll need to get the full 15W output from it). But all Apple has so far said

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15
Oct

iPhone 12 does not come with power charger or earbuds in the box

Apple’s decision to skip the charger and EarPods seems like a step that might reduce the company’s environmental footprint. But it’s not that straightforward . APPLE’S NEWEST IPHONE comes with no charging adapter or EarPods within the box. it is the same with the Apple Watches that debuted last month. A charging cable is included (USB-C to Lightning cable for the iPhone 12), but Apple wants buyers to provide their own charging

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9
Oct

4 Tips for Effective Power Bank Use

Being stuck somewhere with a dying phone battery and no way to charge it is never a good time. You never want to be without a phone or a device in case of an emergency. Cue your personal superhero – power banks. If you want to get the most out of your power bank as possible (and help it last

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20
Sep

The Advantages of a GaN Charger

Gallium Nitride (GaN) chargers were everywhere at CES 2020. this contemporary alternative to silicon means smaller, more efficient chargers and power bricks are on the way. Here’s how it works. GaN chargers are physically smaller than current chargers. this is often because gallium nitride chargers don’t require as many components as silicon chargers. the fabric is in a position to

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5
Sep

Power Bank Maintenance: What To Do When A Power Bank Stops Working

Power banks lack the delicate screens of smartphones and flimsiness of folded laptops, so it’s easy to forget they’re vulnerable too; our guide to power bank maintenance and troubleshooting can help you put a finger on whether you’re in a repair or replacement-type situation. Why Do Power Banks Stop Working? Battery Age: Battery technology is improving all the time, but

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24
Aug

Can I Use the Same Power Adapter for iPhone and iPad?

The answer is, Yes, you can. And if you want a faster charge, we encourage it. Apple explicitly approves of using its chargers across all devices that accept Lightning cables. That’s because modern electronics have systems to ensure they draw the appropriate amount of power — enough to charge quickly, but not too much that it’ll damage the device. At

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