Apple has already been grilled throughout the year after the release of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus for doing away with the headphone jack. Because it can take a couple of recharge cycles for the calibration to settle down, I generally ignore these early reports, but we're now nearly two weeks on from release, and despite seeing iOS 11.0.1 being released, battery life continues to be a big problem for many users.
Apple's shipments for the last quarter were flat year-on-year and Samsung's Galaxy S8 devices have been successful in the high-end pricing segment, creating a competitive environment.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus aren't the only new devices with complaints. However, wireless charging is normally slower than cord charging.
None of the public images of the iPhone 8 Plus models in question show burn marks or any signs of an explosion. At this price, one can easily go with either iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, depending on the screen size requirements.More news: Watch the Premier League clash here
The newly bought smartphones which split, have been returned to Apple. Meanwhile, Apple is said to be investigating the problem. The company confirmed it is "looking into" two reports of the issue. One thing to note is that the Lightning port on the adapter can not be used to connect Apple's dongle or Lightning EarPods.
When it comes to smartphone batteries, stuffing in bigger batteries is a more obvious route when it comes to increasing battery life, although the downside to this is that it potentially makes the phone thicker, heavier, and maybe potentially cost more. The best move for users stuck in the middle is to hold off on any update until there is word from Apple as well as a palpable working solution made available.
Huawei, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi have successfully gained access to key supply chain partners, which has allowed them to launch designs with bezel-free, full displays, Augmented Reality, in-house chipsets and advanced camera features.
I want to feel like I own a truly new iPhone, instead of an incremental perfection design that's been rehashed since the iPhone 6. The woman in question claims that she saw the screen bulging just three minutes after the phone started charging.