Apple is hosting another fall event on October 13th where the company is widely expected to show of the iPhone 12 series.
For those who want to tune in live, just head to Apple’s events website. From there, you’ll be able to access the company’s ‘Hi, Speed’ event video when it kicks off at 1pm ET/10am PT on the 13th. Those with an iPhone, iPad or Apple TV can download the Apple Events app as well and watch it from there.
For a full breakdown of what we expect Apple to launch at the event, check out MobileSyrup managing editor Patrick O’Rourke’s ‘What To Expect’ here.
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Arun Maini today shared a new side-by-side iPhone battery life video test on his YouTube channel Mrwhosetheboss, timing how long the new iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models last on a single charge compared to older models, with equal brightness, settings, battery health, and usage. All of the devices are running iOS 14 without a SIM card inserted.
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Apple FCC filing hints at hidden reverse wireless charging feature in iPhone 12 – 9to5Mac
Reverse Wireless Charging was one of the rumored features for iPhone 11 last year, but Apple allegedly removed it from the final version of the devices. Now, FCC filings for iPhone 12 have revealed that this year’s devices might have a functional reverse wireless charging system.
Following the iPhone 11 rumors in 2019, iFixit disassembled the new smartphones as usual and then discovered that the iPhone 11 Pro has some components that are part of a bilateral wireless charging system, but that was unfinished — so it doesn’t work at all.
While this suggests that Apple indeed tried to implement this technology on last year’s iPhones, there were no rumors about bilateral wireless charging on the iPhone 12. However, new FCC files suggest the new phones might have this technology.
As first spotted by Jeremy Horwitz, the FCC documentation for the iPhone 12 models brings some interesting details about how these devices can be wirelessly recharged. FCC says iPhone 12 works with regular Qi chargers and also with a new “charging function at 360 kHz” that can recharge accessories.
This is an interesting fact since Apple hasn’t mentioned anything about this feature on stage, and this is clearly disabled on iPhone 12 devices — at least for now. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman then suggested Apple might be holding this new reverse charge through MagSafe for the rumored AirPods 3 and AirPods Pro 2.
Apple, of course, could announce new AirPods that work specifically with the iPhone 12’s new MagSafe system — which would explain why they haven’t mentioned anything about reverse wireless charging for now. Unfortunately, more details about this are unknown for now.
Are you excited about the possibility of having bilateral wireless charging on iPhone 12? Let us know in the comments below.
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Samsung's rumored Galaxy S21 may not include charger or headphones – CNET
Samsung’s social media recently mocked Apple’s decision to not include a charger or earphones in the box with the recent iPhone 12. Now reports indicate the electronics giant may follow suit with its next flagship lineup in 2021.
Tech site SamMobile on Tuesday detailed rumors that Samsung may cut the charger and corded earphones from the package for the next Galaxy product — which could either be called the . There’s also a chance Samsung removes the earphones from the box and ships the rumored phone with a charger only, according to SamMobile, citing Korean media reports.
, saying the change will help reduce electronic waste. You can still buy a separate Apple power adapter for $19 to charge your iPhone, though there are .
Samsung did charge extra for a faster charger for previous phones, but still included the basic one in the box.
Samsung didn’t respond to a request for comment.
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