2021-09-27 23:56:24| Engadget
With the addition of features like a 120Hz display on some models, Apples iPhone 13 lineup is many ways a step above the phones the company shipped last year. But when it comes to the question of repairability, the story is more complicated. Conducting a teardown of the device, iFixit found it couldnt get the iPhone 13s Face ID feature to work if replaced the phones display. No matter what workaround it tried, iFixit could not get Face ID to work again. By its estimation, the display on the iPhone 13 lineup is serial-locked to the device. Right now, if you replace your screen, Apple kills your Face ID, unless they control the repair, the company warns.While obviously not a good look for Apple, there may be a simple explanation for whats happening. iFixit says it spoke to a licensed repair technician who said they were told by Apple support that the issue is a bug the company plans to fix in a future iOS release. Weve reached out to Apple for more information. If it turns that limitation is not a mistake, it would be a brazen move on Apples part given that the FTC, at the behest of President Joe Biden, recently voted unanimously to tackle unlawful repair restrictions.
2021-09-27 21:34:00| Fool.com Headlines
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2021-09-27 20:43:55| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
A carer, a GP and a social worker speak about the impact the crisis is having on them and their workWith people in places across the UK still unable to fill up their tanks as petrol stations have run dry and British fuel prices have hit an eight-year high, three key workers a carer, a GP and a social worker spoke about the impact the situation was having on them and their work. Continue reading...
2021-09-27 20:15:24| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Predictions billpayers will be left counting a high cost for failure of energy suppliers seem to add upThe warning last week from Keith Anderson, Scottish Powers chief executive, that billions could be added to household bills from the failure of energy suppliers was dramatic, but his arithmetic adds up. One sees how the sum may have reached 1bn already. Related: Octopus secures up to $600m from investment fund set up by Al Gore Continue reading...
2021-09-27 20:13:32| Trade-Ideas Software
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