Last week iFixit found out that unauthorized screen repairs on the brand new iPhone 13 series render Face ID useless. This is due to a tiny new control chip implemented in the flex cable connecting the screens on the phones that links each display to its unique motherboard. This meant that all repair shops not part of Apple’s Independent Repair Program would be forced to desolder the small chip from the broken screen and then re-solder it on the new display – a process which would take plenty of time and effort as well as special equipment not available in
By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes
February 19, 2009
What’s the best OS for use on the new ultra-portable netbook systems? We used a Samsung NC10 netbook and three operating systems to find out.
What’s the best OS for use on the new ultra-portable netbook systems? I used a Samsung NC10 netbook and three operating systems to try to find out the answer.
The Samsung NC10 is a pretty standard netbook–1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, and a really nice 10.2-inch WSVGA screen. The NC10 comes with Windows XP Home as the preinstalled OS.
As you’d expect,
Android has long had an Accessibility API that’s intended for developers to build apps and experiences aimed at helping persons with disabilities, though it isn’t always used for that purpose. Google intends for apps that use the Accessibility API to fall into a few categories, including screen readers, switch-based input systems, and voice-based input systems. The company’s very own “Android Accessibility Suite” app provides, as its name implies, a suite of accessibility tools so persons with disabilities can access their device. The latest update to the Android Accessibility Suite adds a new way for users to control their devices: “Camera