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MplsP said:JFC_PA said:I’d expect a display timer set to “never” plus max brightness would lead to that. Physics just rules.chasm said:I see a *lot* of users who have their screen set WAY too bright AND appear to have turned off display sleep entirely, sticking this giant expensive glow stick back into their pocket or bag with nary a thought.
One fellow stuck his phone (screen still on) in his back pocket on a walk I was also on. I was behind him for 15 minutes and his screen was visible from a block away the entire time. This will, of course, also happen to Android users who override the default screen dimming settings.
This may be but I’d expect users aren’t suddenly changing their use patterns from what they did prior. Unless they have, the question remains: Why are iPhone 15’s suddenly having problems?
MichaelKohl said:What are they thinking? I’m just waiting for someone to hack this process and then to be able to jailbreak our phones without us knowing about it.
9secondkox2 said:The larger the surface area at the same thickness, the weaker it will be compared to the same thickness with a smaller surface area. That’s just physics. No one will ever overcome that.A pro max, as tough as it is, will not resist bending or breaking as well as a regular sized pro.Even with titanium and Corning glass, It’s an expensive computer. Treat it like one.