The lithium-ion batteries used in modern smartphones have a relatively long lifespan. However, they also gradually wear out and lose their original capacity. Charging, in particular, plays an important role in this regard. What to look out for and what mistakes to avoid?
I'm sure it's no news to you that the battery capacity of your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and MacBook decreases over time. The devices gradually lose battery life on a full charge, and their performance can be affected. However, this natural degradation process can be slowed down if you follow a few basic rules. What to watch out for?
While in the last decade Apple developers have tried to make unauthorised services as difficult as possible, the situation is changing. The proof is in the MacBook Pro flashlight, which can be replaced by the average user. This is also a harbinger that in the near future we can expect big changes from this American giant in the field of services.
Apple has increasingly liberalised repair options in recent years. Until now, only authorised or approved independent service centres have been able to carry out repairs, but the number is growing. However, thanks to the new Right to Repair rules, starting early next year, anyone will be able to repair their device.
Apple Touch ID is a system that ensures that your fingerprint is read and the device is unlocked. However, it is also used to unlock many applications, online shopping and the like. Thus, its malfunction can impair the usability of the entire phone or tablet. What simple tricks can solve this problem?