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hexclock said:Why fly to Australia for a test? Is the gravitational force stronger down under?
jj.yuan said:To connect with wired headphones, there are many USB-C to 3 mm adapters in the market. Are they compatible with the new iPhones?
Apple hasn't released such an adapter, I assume. Maybe I missed it?
M68000 said:On a side note - i’ve lost about 9 to 10 Gb of storage on my phone since the update.. Will any temp or dormant install files for the OS be purged?
petri said:As always AI falls over itself to defend Apple, but a reading of 5.4w/kg does not just “slightly exceed” the legal limit, it’s 35% higher. Regardless of what margin there may be between the legal limit and a harmful effect, ignoring it to the tune of 35% is unacceptable.
If you go 35% faster than the speed limit, you’d best expect you’re going to be booked for it.
Assuming it isn’t just a faulty test (and that seems pretty unlikely) Apple have some explaining to do. An iOS update now is all well and good, but this is a three year old phone which may well have been breaking the law for three years.I do. Over a decade's worth, with periodic work still.
This is an inconsequential increase, and likely because the French use different equipment than, literally, the rest of the world does. The French use a home-grown company called Art-fi. The rest of the world uses Speag.You know why nobody outside France uses Art-fi gear? Because it's unreliable and inaccurate.
And, it can"slightly exceed" -- which it does, since it's 1.4 Watts/KG on contact in a scenario where there's no chance for damage -- and be 35% over at the same time.Regardless, Apple is turning down the transmitter in software, and will deal with this separately anyway.
Stabitha_Christie said:So for this article to make any sense you have to narrowly define the word professional as an editor working on a big budget Hollywood production and avoid describing consumer needs altogether. It is hard to believe this is anything other than the author being willfully obtuse for the sake of complaining.