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My iPhone will charge consistently using a cable for weeks/months. Then all of a sudden it doesn’t. No charging at all. So then I will use a different cable. Then it will be okay…until it isn’t.The cables are from Apple. The source of power is direct from the electrical outlet using the “brick” that came with it. The phone is clean, the cable is clean. The battery was replaced about 10 months ago. I cannot recall if I had this issue before the battery was changed. The battery life is 94%Suggestions?
Today I changed my $55 core plan to $60 plan which includes 5G and internet speeds higher than 8mbps.for some reason I can’t make 5G work on my phone. I have an iPhone 12 Pro Max which I bought unlocked at apple.I know my plan has changed because i can see higher internet speeds and hotspot enabled. But I can’t choose 5G as preferred network. All the options I have is 4G and LTE. I’ve followed directions from different agents at the tech support with no success. I reset network settings several times, I updated iOS to the latest version, they made some changes on the line as well, I gave them IMEI number, and also installed my SIM card in another iPhone 12 Pro Max unlocked but Still no 5G, only LTEany help would be appreciated
What's the best way of charging between the two to make your battery last longer?I bought an iPhone 12 this January coming from a 7 and I was wondering if, aside from charging speed, there is an actual long term benefit in using one charging method instead of the other.I read about people saying magsafe should make it last longer because it operates at 15W instead of the lighting charging at 20W, but it may also decrease the battery life because wireless charging produces quite some heat which causes batteries to degrade faster.I don't really care about "fast charging" so I was considering buying a magsafe charger but only if it proves to be actually helpful.
So I’ve been an iPhone user for the last 10 years from the 4 all the way up now to the 12Pro and have always used screen protectors mostly for peace of mind. The 12/12Pro is claimed to have much stronger glass and overall be a much tougher phone than any previous iPhone (standard apple marketing of course). I’ve always used a glass screen protector on my iPhone for years and while it does serve a function, it does look a little tacky.I rarely ever drop my phone and take pretty good care of it and the glass screen protectors very very rarely get scratched or chipped anyway (assuming they also use a much weaker and lower grade glass than the current iPhone screen glass too).Is there minimal risk using no screen protector on the 12pro and have people used theirs without one and had no issues?
I've recently noticed (around 3 days ago) that my iPhone is able to unlock my phone even with a face mask on, covering the nose and mouth. It even works for Apple Pay!It's not 100% reliable however, it works better the further down the mask is on the nose bridge.I have not done anything since I registered the face ID back in November 2020.I'm using an iPhone 12 Pro running iOS 14.4Anyone else experiencing this "bug" or "feature"?
Cricket wireless has lock my unlocked iPhone 11 that I bought from Best Buy and it’s a unlocked device that I can put any service providers sim in. I was told the day that I left them that my phone will be unlocked that day nothing. Then I called and was told it would be unlocked that day nothing then I was told it will take 5 business days to unlock my phone. Nothing still lock after 5 business days then was told it would be 2-3 more business days to unlock. And still nothing I have repeatedly been lied to one that really got me was cricket didn’t lock my phone it was metro pcs how I left over 4 years ago so call them talk to metro and they laugh at the idea they they would lock a phone 4 years down the line after I left.That if it was them how was I able to put my cricket sim in and use my phone for 4 years. But it Conveniently lock when I leave cricket for T-Mobile and I still don’t have access to my phone I’m stuck using a old Samsung i spent 1300 on this phone so I guess I’m out
Hello, i bought an iPhone 11 back in November of last year and have been using this phone since then. However my battery health is dropping really fast as it is currently 86% after 5 months. I use my phone for average 8 hours a days and use fast charginh. My friend gas gad his iphone 11 pro for about a year and a half and his health is 84% and his average is 7 hours. Is there a fault in my phone or am i doing something wrong?
Correct me if I’m wrong: iPhones chargers are set at 5V and a variable amps which finally determine the power of the charger (V x amps)So I thought why can’t iPhone choose how much amps take? Certain boards can actually take more or less power based on their necessity. Is it because on the iPhone we are charging a battery and not a board?This way there wouldn’t be the need of so many chargers for different charging speed.
Phone is iPhone 13 promax but also could not setup on my old iPhone 7.on the phone app, I go to voicemail and it only shows call voicemail. when called it would say this person does not have voicemail setup and I press pound and my phone number but not setup.when call support, asked for English and then voicemail and only gave two option setup / reset voicemail.when setup it only says hold 1 and doesn’t work.when reset it says reset and when I go voicemail doesn’t prompt change voicemail
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