Technology is evolving rapidly and companies are bound to update products every year to keep up with their competition. But, this fast-paced development can often lead to hardware issues which arise after the products have reached the customers. One such infamous case was the ‘exploding batteries’ on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. And recently, Apple has announced that the iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook Pro have some issues. This causes the hardware to fail or not respond for no apparent reason.The Issues The iPhone X’s screen or part of the screen randomly stops recognising the user’s touch. Sometimes, it even reacts when the user has not touched it. The 13 [...]
Samsung recently launched the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in India at a starting price of Rs 57,900. Though there was nothing new about their design, the smartphones were praised for their camera capabilities. Now, some owners of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have started to report display input issues. A handful of these devices have failed to register touch input and are being affected by ‘Dead Zone’. It looks like the issue was predominately found in the Galaxy S9+.
According to reports on Samsung community and Reddit, the users have described that the device failed to register the touch input in certain spots. In fact, the issue is unresolvable even after a hard reset. According [...]
Apple iPhone X is the most powerful iPhone that Apple has ever made. However, it is also the priciest iPhone ever launched, breaking the thousand dollar barrier for the first time. It is also the first iPhone since the iPhone 5s to not feature Touch ID (iPhone 5c also did not have TouchID but, had the home button). The smartphone currently retails in India at Rs 95,390 for the 64GB storage variant.
The iPhone X comes with radically redesigned finish with a premium surgical grade steel frame. The bezel-less design and gesture-based UI are some of the highlights of this smartphone. Face ID was subjected to a lot of speculations before the launch of the iPhone X, However, ever [...]
If sources are to be believed, LG has cancelled the rollout of its latest smartwatch, Urbane 2nd Edition, worldwide because of an specified “hardware issues”. AT&T notified customers of a “quality issue” with the gadget and offered them a refund.
Additionally, Android Police received an email from LG, post their review of Urbane, in which LG clearly mentioned that the glitch with the Watch “affects the day-to-day functionality of the device.”
LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition is the first Android Wear device with a 4G LTE support. On the display and resolution front, Urbane is equipped with a 1.38-inch fully circular P-OLED [...]