The new iPhone 15 Pro may be too hot for some to handle. Literally. WSJ: Apple’s priciest new iPhones are heating up in some scenarios, reaching high temperatures that make them difficult to touch at certain times, according to reviews, tests by The Wa… Continue reading iPhone 15 Pro Owners Complain About Overheating Problems
Some early adopters of Apple’s iPhone 15 have taken to social media to complain about overheating issues. Digital Trends’ Bryan Wolfe writes: Over the past few days, various user complaints have popped up online by iPhone 15 owners saying their new dev… Continue reading Does the iPhone 15 Have an Overheating Problem?
Despite promising to make its products easier to repair, iFixit reports that Apple is screwing over customers once again. Continue reading The New iPhone 15 Is Actually a Repair Nightmare
An anonymous reader shares a report: Following the launch of the iPhone 15 series today, a few readers of our website have reached out to highlight that the devices support USB-C to Ethernet adapters, allowing for a wired internet connection with faste… Continue reading iPhone 15 Models Support USB-C to Ethernet for Faster Internet Speeds
Many iPhone users who upgraded their iPhones to the recently-released iOS 17 will be alarmed to hear that they may have actually downgraded their security and privacy.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog. Continue reading iOS 17 update secretly changed your privacy settings; here’s how to set them back
Several Slashdot readers have shared this report: Folks, what you’ve heard so far is true. Apple’s new FineWoven iPhone cases and accessories are bad. Like, really bad. I’ve been puzzling over them for the past week, looking at them from different angl… Continue reading The New FineWoven iPhone Cases Are ‘Very Bad’
Most of the time, you’ll know where your cats are — asleep on the bed about 23.5 hours a day and eating or pooping the rest of the time. But …read more Continue reading Open Source Tracker Keeps an Eye on Furry Friends
OK, it’s official — everyone hates San Francisco’s self-driving taxi fleet. Or at least so it seems, if this video of someone vandalizing a Cruise robotaxi is an accurate reflection …read more Continue reading Hackaday Links: September 17, 2023
According to Ars Technica’s Andrew Cunningham, the iPhone 15 devices “have completely standard USB-C ports that work just fine with all existing USB 3 and USB-PD (Power Delivery) compliant cables, chargers, and accessories, just like Apple’s other devi… Continue reading iPhone 15 Models Have ‘Completely Standard’ USB-C Port
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reuters: Belgium said on Thursday it would review potential health risks linked to Apple’s iPhone 12, raising the prospect that more European countries might ban the model after France ordered a halt to sales du… Continue reading More Countries Are Concerned About iPhone 12’s Radiation Levels