NEWS

3
Aug

Can a phone charger kill a car battery

When you plug your phone into your car to charge it up — especially when the car’s engine isn’t running — a feeling of dread can sneak into your mind. “Can my phone kill my car battery?” this voice whispers. The short answer is “yes.” The long answer, however, imparts some electronics smarts. Most of today’s smartphone batteries use lithium

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29
Jul

The best portable power bank to power your devices in 2020

How to Choose the proper Portable Power Bank Smartphones and tablets are great for travelers, right? Who would have thought a couple of short years ago that we’d be ready to check emails, find our way home, watch favorite TV shows, and play an endless selection of mindless games, regardless of where we are within the world, all on a

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20
Jul

Differences between a normal USB and a USB Type C connector

Most electronic devices, like laptops and other computer equipment will include a minimum of 1 standard USB Type-A port, so it’s fair to say that USB connectors are around for an extended time. Smaller devices like smartphones, power banks, and external hard drives will usually feature either the smaller USB B connectors or micro-USB connectors many |to avoid wasting”> to

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4
Jan

Get a 18w fast charger to dramatically speed up charge times for your iPhone 11

Have you just got a new iPhone for Christmas? Upgraded from an older iPhone to a new colorful iPhone 11, with its new camera system and upgraded battery life? You may notice that although the iPhone battery life is significantly improved, it takes even longer to charge than your old phone. A fast charger makes a big difference … The

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1
Jan

iPhone capacitor supplier looks forward to strong 2020 with upcoming 5G demand

One of Apple’s suppliers is expecting a lucrative year of business in 2020 thanks to the wave of 5G smartphones set to head to production, including the iPhone 12. China will lead the way with orders for components needed for 5G devices early in 2020 with Apple expected to place orders for components in the middle of the year. Apple’s

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28
Dec

TSMC will reportedly start production of A14 chip for this year’s iPhones in Q2, new 5 nanometer process

Once again, TSMC appears set to be the exclusive supplier of Apple’s custom iPhone SoC chip designs. Digitimes reports that the foundry will begin manufacturing the A14 chip for this year’s iPhones in the second quarter. The new ‘A14’ chip will be manufactured using TSMC’s new 5 nanometer production process, down from 7 nanometer fabrication seen in the A12 and

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24
Dec

First supposed case designs of iPhone 12 hit the web, shows flat sides like iPhone 4

The supposed first looks at the iPhone 12 exterior design are surfacing, with this dummy mockup found on Alibaba pictured this weekend by Macotakara. Now, it is not necessarily ‘too soon’ for iPhone 12 leaks (the 2020 flagship iPhone expected next fall). The iPhone 11 design was perfectly rendered by Onleaks last year on January 6th 2019. However, whereas Onleaks

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20
Dec

What’s the difference between usb c and lightning

Were USB-C and Lightning both designed by Apple? There was a story circulating a few years ago that Apple had come up with both technologies. That’s not really true. While Apple did work on the USB-C design, so did a large number of other companies – including Google, HP, Intel, Lenovo, Microsoft and Samsung – under the collaborative name of

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16
Dec

What are the differences between USB 2.0 cables and USB 3.0 cables?

What are the differences between USB 2.0 cables and USB 3.0 cables? USB 3.0 cables facilitate the faster transfer rates of 4.8Gbps as well as the additional power transfer of 900 mA by doubling the amount of wires within the cable from 4 in the 2.0 cables to 8 in the 3.0 cables. USB 2.0 cables transfer data at 480

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14
Dec

How do I know if my computer has USB 3.0 ports?

Mac: Click the Apple icon located in the top left-hand-corner of the screen. Select About This Mac. Within the About This Mac window, click More Info… System Profiler will open up. Select USB located under Hardware in the Contents column on the left side of the window. If you have USB 3.0 ports, you’ll see a USB 3.0 selection. PC:

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