One particular feature that is just now being exploited by the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X is wireless charging. This will give users a small, but noticeable boost in charging speeds over current 5W charging levels.
The problem appears to be affecting all devices running iOS 11 when using the YouTube app. People are reporting that their device is running hot whilst using the app and also draining the battery, one user reported a battery drain of around 20 percent whilst using the app for 15 minutes. Minimal display bezels, OLED display panels and wireless charging have all been in the Android domain for a few generations (or more).
J&K: One terrorist killed by security forces in Kulgam encounter
A soldier lost his life in the encounter between security forces and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam region. Authorities snapped internet services in Kulgam and adjoining Anantnag district after the incident.
Apple had promised that faster charging via wireless pads would arrive in time, but gave no roadmap for when it might actually be added. On a non-7.5W charger, the same period of time only saw the phone charge from 46-percent to 60-percent.
The Qi 1.2 standard is capable of up to 15W so iOS is only tapping 50 percent of the potential of the technology.
Saudi UN ambassador denies Yemen embargo
The strike comes just a day after Saudi ambassador to the UN Abdallah Al-Mouallimi agreed to reopen some ports to allow aid in. So far, Saudi wants to bring supplies into Yemen via the ports of Jizan and Aden, a plan McGoldrick said was risky and slow.
Most notably, it's significantly slower to charge an iPhone X, iPhone 8, or iPhone 8 Plus via a wireless charger right now, compared to a wired charger.
MacRumors' testing suggested a slightly faster charge. That requires a compatible smartphone, of course, and not all charging pads are compliant with that maximum rate. Still, if you're a supporter of wireless charging, faster charging speeds can only encourage you to embrace the cable-free future (and will probably get you to stop fiddling with your phone).
Roy Moore nearly certainly isn't going to be a senator
Speaking at a press conference in Louisville about tax reform, McConnell was asked if he believed Moore's accusers. Nelson says she was a 16-year-old high school student working at a restaurant where Moore was a regular.