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Samsung's new round of battery tests will include durability tests, like this one with a nail puncturing the battery. Samsung tackled the Note 7 investigation as it approaches other challenges -- with a lot of manpower. It built a testing facility in each of the four locations it manufactures its phones: Gumi, South Korea; Hanoi, Vietnam; and Huizhou and Tianjin, China. Together, those sites tested more than 200,000 Note 7 devices with batteries and more than 30,000 batteries on their own. Samsung had more than 700 engineers from its mobile division dedicated to the testing process. (Samsung has more than 70,000 engineers in the broader company, but they're spread across its various divisions.).
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But right now, there are a lot of reasons to leave Sprint, and even its executives acknowledge the issues. Sprint is in the middle of a slow and painful network upgrade that will eventually result in the ability to handle multiple bands of spectrum, providing more capacity, higher data speeds, and better call quality. Before Sprint customers see any improvement, the network quality -- particularly on the voice end -- takes a hit as the upgrades are put in place. It's the "pardon our dust" impact, as Hesse so often puts it. The result has been higher customer turnover and satisfaction dropping.
According to one source, the handset won't feel anywhere near as cheap as a Samsung phone, As ever, Apple is keeping schtum on its plans, CEO Tim Cook did say he was surprised by the demand for the iPhone 4 when the price dropped following the launch of the iPhone 5, He may well have had dollar signs in his eyes, zizo zv hybrid transformer series iphone xr case - black On the surface, a cheaper iPhone would seem a departure for Apple, In the past, the company has positioned its gadgets as premium products, and priced them accordingly, But with Android handsets getting better and better (and cheaper and cheaper), Apple could well launch a more wallet-friendly model, just as it did with its iPod range several years ago..
iMovie for the iPhone.Apple is bringing its movie-editing software to portable devices with iMovie for iPhone. The application lets users edit together clips they've shot on the device, as well as add things like zooms and pans, transitions, and themes to their work. The app will be $4.99 and work on several versions of the iPhone. iBooks for the iPhone Apple released a version of its iBooks software for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The iBooks software is also getting an update later this month that will let users make notes on the pages of their books (just like Amazon's Kindle app). It also adds native support for PDF files.