Galaxy S22 Ultra charging problems, the first insulin control app, a threat to the Safari browser hub, and other exciting news this week in Fringe!
Strange charging in Galaxy S22 Ultra
Samsung announced that its new Galaxy S22 Ultra comes with a charging capacity of 45 watts, compared to 25 watts in the previous generation. However, in an experiment conducted by the GSM Arena website, the current generation was compared to the previous generation on different chargers 25 watts, 45 watts and 65 watts, and the result came that the charging speed of the new generation is similar to the previous generation, despite the announcement that suggests a faster speed.
iPod Touch turns 1000 days old
The current iPod Touch has completed 1000 days of life without any significant updates, which makes sense as the iPhone has almost completely replaced it. So if you are a fan of the device, you have a limited time to stop making it completely.
Arrange safari in danger
The Google Chrome browser dominates the lion’s share of the Internet market, but for a long time, Safari was in second place directly after it and far from the others, but it seems that this gap is starting to reduce, as Microsoft’s Edge browser has started to climb sharply and is about to skip Safari after Microsoft made it difficult The process of changing the browser in Windows 11. Also, many Mac users turn to the Chrome browser a lot of times after the recent improvements.
The first application that can control insulin
This week, the US Food and Drug Administration approved the first smartphone app that can control insulin pumps used by diabetics to know how much and when to inject insulin. Prior to this approval, the insulin injection had to be done through software in the pump itself and not from the application.
iOS 15.3 Recording Has Stopped
Apple this week stopped accepting iOS 15.3, so you can't go back to iOS 15.3.1 anymore.
a lot a lot of mac
It seems that this year will be big for Mac devices, according to the famous leaker Mark Gorman, Apple could announce a new Mac in March along with the iPhone SE (mostly the MacBook Air) and then followed by another announcement of more (i- devices) Mac Pro and possibly Mac Pro) in May or June of this year.
Problems with the App Store
With the increase in the size of the App Store, new challenges have emerged for Apple that is difficult to control completely, especially the challenge of counterfeit software, which may contain deceptive software. This week, the news came of the spread of counterfeit software for the “Authenticator” security verification program, and that this could harm users, and Apple subsequently deleted those programs. But this is not the first problem of its kind and Apple has to find a solution.
Postponing the foldable iPhone?
Among the week's leaks, comes news that Apple's project for a foldable iPhone has been postponed until at least 2025. There are also rumors of a MacBook project consisting of a full screen foldable. Shall we see this in the near term?
Apple's abandonment of Samsung improves iPhone 14 battery
Do you think the iPhone 13 battery is good? Maybe even better in the next generation. There has been a problem before that the battery drains quickly when using 5G technology. But it seems that Apple will solve this by relying on a new transmission chip from TSMC, which is more energy efficient, rather than not Samsung's communications chips.
Reels on Facebook…
If you are upset by the spread of short videos "Reels" on Instagram, there is a surprise for you from Mark Zuckerberg's uncle. These addictive, low-value videos will also fill Facebook.
New notifications for tracking Airtags
come this Changes in the new trial version From iOS 15.4, the iPhone notifies you when you register a new Airtag that it is linked to your account and contains your personal information, and using it to track third parties may expose you to legal liability. There are also new notifications when the iPhone feels that you are being tracked by Airtag or any other device that supports the Find My network.