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Report: Apple iPhone 13 to support 25W wired charging | #ios | #apple | #iossecurity | #cybersecurity | #infosecurity | #hacker



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Kingslayer, 34 minutes agoMy Phone History (Christmas 1999-Present)
1. Audiovox 9155-GPX
2. Qualcomm QCP-1960
3. Noki… more
My daily drivers and spare smartphones over the years (2010-Present):

1. HTC Desire

2. Samsung Galaxy S2

3. Motorola Razr Maxx

4. Nokia Lumia 1020

5. LG G2

6. Samsung Galaxy S5

7. OnePlus One

8. Huawei Nexus 6P

9. ZTE Axon 7

10. LG V20

11. Samsung Galaxy S8

12. Huawei P20 Pro

13. Samsung Galaxy S10

14. Asus Zenfone 6

15. Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro

16. Asus ROG 2

17. Mi 10 Ultra

18. Mi 11 Ultra

All-Time Favorites:

1. Samsung Galaxy S2

2. LG G2

3. OnePlus One

4. Huawei Nexus 6P

5. ZTE Axon 7

6. LG V20

7. Samsung Galaxy S8

8. Huawei P20 Pro

9. Samsung Galaxy S10

10. ROG 2

11. Mi 10 Ultra

12. Mi 11 Ultra

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  • Anonymous
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FatShady, 17 minutes agothe real question is: will it come in the box or sold separately? its a rhetorical question guys.The upcoming iPhone will come without the charger, box, cables and for the very first time, without the phone as well. All those things are sold separately. Gotta save the planet

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I’m basically attached to Apple’s ecosystem because of Apple Pay on my Apple Watch. I prefer paying things with my wrist. I lost my debit cards three times last year. Pushed me to go Google or Apple Pay.

It’s really lame for Google to only have their digital payment attached to one device. They changed it late last year. I get it. For safety concerns which is contradicting because Google is known to spy on us more..

I love my iPhones but neither are perfect. Certain iOS restrictions still annoy me. I use Flud to download my movies and TV series on Piratebay. While iOS isn’t open to torrents and emulators but is totally fine with creating a VPN.

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the real question is: will it come in the box or sold separately? its a rhetorical question guys.

K1962660

Daily Drivers

Google Pixel 3 (Jan-June)

Essential Phone (July-Dec)

Backups

Apple iPhone 12 mini (Jan-June)

Apple iPhone SE (July-Dec)

All-Time Favorites

1. Google Pixel 3

2. Essential Phone

3. Apple iPhone 12 mini

4. Apple iPhone SE

5. LG G5

6. Google Nexus 5

7. Xiaomi Mi 3

8. Apple iPhone 4S

9. BlackBerry Bold 9900

I prefer Android for two big reasons. Bluetooth data transfer which I still use. I can feed media content to my old and mostly useless BlackBerry. And faster browser apps that don’t eat up a lot of RAM and battery life. Via Browser is myself new favorite. Got rid of Kiwi Browser. Via is better than Kiwi and Opera Mini.

Reason why I went back using iPhone is because I prefer paying stuff with my Apple Watch. So Apple Pay ended up my preferred digital payment. It used to be Samsung Pay for MST. Then Android/Google Pay. But it’s now Apple Pay because Google Pay can only be attached to one device.

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  • Anonymous
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Anonymous, 29 minutes agoThat is right. Android is way better with more features. iOS is just overpriced and not even t… moreEdward Snowden already confirmed that iOS exploits are easy to make since every device gets update on same day. Because Android is fragmented, most of these exploits might not work that well.

The so called fragmentation that these guys talk about is actually making Android more secure

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  • gm%

Kingslayer, 34 minutes agoMy Phone History (Christmas 1999-Present)
1. Audiovox 9155-GPX
2. Qualcomm QCP-1960
3. Noki… more
What is the point of your post and why have you changed so many phones over the years?

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  • Anonymous
  • rKt

Anonymous, 1 hour agoAndroid is on a different level That is right. Android is way better with more features. iOS is just overpriced and not even that secure as their users keep talking about, since Pegasus is reported to get through all the recent iOS versions so that ‘security’ excuse doesn’t even work now in their favour I guess. Haha

K1962660

My Phone History (Christmas 1999-Present)

1. Audiovox 9155-GPX

2. Qualcomm QCP-1960

3. Nokia 3310

4. Nokia 3595

5. Sony Ericsson T616

6. Sanyo SCP-5500

7. Motorola RAZR V3

8. Nokia N82

9. Apple iPhone (2G)

10. Apple iPhone 4

11. Palm Pixi Plus

12. BlackBerry Bold 9000

13. Google Nexus One

14. Samsung Focus

15. MyPhone QTV38

16. Cherry Mobile Flare

17. HTC One (M7)

18. Xiaomi Mi 3

19. Nokia Lumia 635

20. Sharp Aquos Crystal

21. Apple iPhone 5

22. Nokia Lumia 640

23. Motorola Moto E2

24. Asus Zenfone Go

25. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

26. LG G5

27. Google Pixel

28. Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

29. LG V20

30. Apple iPhone SE

31. Motorola Moto E4

32. Essential Phone

33. HTC 10

34. Google Pixel 3

35. Google Nexus 4

36. Google Nexus 5

37. Apple iPhone 7

38. Apple iPhone 12 mini

39. BlackBerry Bold 9900

40. Apple iPhone 4S

Doesn’t include second or third time purchases.

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Andreidinutu, 1 hour agoWow! I’ve never seen an apple product charge this fast. Good for themMacBook?

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  • Magnificent Suleiman
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truly revolutionary!

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Anonymous, 1 hour agoLaughing while my phone charges wirelessly at 50W , using 65W chargerThis is why 1.2B people opted for Android last year they wanted nothing to do with this lower tier OS called IOS

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Anonymous, 1 hour agoBecause Android is always years ahead with features. Android > iOS Android is on a different level

S20392

even cheap $200 chinese phone support 33w charging and have a charger in box! what a shame apple

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Laughing while my phone charges wirelessly at 50W , using 65W charger

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Anonymous, 1 hour ago“AhAhAh OnLy 25w AnDrOiD mAkErS hAvE bEeN dOiNg 50w+ fOr yEaRs”
– Some idiot Apple … more
Because Android is always years ahead with features. Android > iOS

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Anonymous, 1 hour ago“AhAhAh OnLy 25w AnDrOiD mAkErS hAvE bEeN dOiNg 50w+ fOr yEaRs”
– Some idiot Apple … more
Some Android enjoyer***

Also iPhone lover can say that as well

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Wow! I’ve never seen an apple product charge this fast. Good for them

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“AhAhAh OnLy 25w AnDrOiD mAkErS hAvE bEeN dOiNg 50w+ fOr yEaRs”

– Some idiot Apple hater probably.



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