2018年08月29日

Want To Know How To Use Your iPhone X? Read These Tips!

Should I buy iPhone x or wait, you know what a wonderful piece of technology it is, with its various functions and plethora of apps. However, you might not know the dangers lurking, in time lost figuring things out, sifting through all those apps or managing the financial aspects of owning one. Protect yourself by reading the tips below.

 

You don't have to append ".com" to web addresses while you are browsing. All you need to do is include the main part, like Google, and miraculously the iPhone X browser transports you to that site. While it may not seem like much, doing so will save you a lot of time over the life of your phone.

 

Your iPhone X has the ability to get you from place to place. Whenever you're attempting to obtain directions somewhere or find stores located along the way, the map portion of the phone can be utilized as a GPS. Use bookmarks to mark your favorite locations or your home.

 

With the iPhone X you can quickly take pictures on your phone. Once you slide to unlock the phone, hit the camera app on the lock screen and open it up to use the camera. This feature makes it easy to quickly take pictures and never miss out on a memory.

 

Save the battery life on your IPhone X by turning off Notifications and Location Services until you need to use them. Your IPhone X will automatically reach out and update these functions regularly and use battery power in the process. Be aware of the power your IPhone X is using, and you will have it when you need it.

 

The iPhone X lets you come up with your very own shortcuts and dictionary. The diction knows beforehand what you are trying to say. You can add phrases and shortcuts to your phone while programming it. The keyboard also has an auto-correct feature that will help you when you type a phrase or word.

 

When in your iPhone X mail, it is simple to save a copy of a picture that you might want to view later. Just touch the image for a few seconds and it will be saved to your stored pictures. You can then access it at any time if you want to view it again, post it on the web or forward it to a friend.

 

When texting on your iPhone X, you can speed up the process by learning the shortcut for periods. Rather than clicking on the "123" button to bring up the punctuation screen, you can double tap on the space bar. This will automatically insert a period and a space in your message.

 

Tired of your screen switching from landscape to portrait orientation at the slightest movement? Start by double-tapping the Home button to bring up a selection of recently used apps. Press the far-left button, which is a gray icon with an arrow. You will then receive a message confirming that the phone is locked in portrait orientation.

 

Having an iPhone X is generally a good thing. However, it is possible to lose sanity, time and money if you do not know how to properly manage ownership. Apply what you have learned in this article if you want to protect yourself but still get the most out of owning an Apple iPhone X.

  
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2018年08月22日

サムスンギャラクシーノート9レビュー:インクリメンタル主義を称賛

サムスンは全く新しいものに切り替える前に少なくとも一度はデザインを改良する習慣があります。これは、Galaxy S4とS5、Galaxy S6とS7、S8とS9、そしてGalaxy Note 8とGalaxy Note 9の場合です。



これらの改訂のほとんどは賢明な更新でした。サムスンは、消費者に緊密に耳を傾け、これらのアップデートを購入価値があるように微調整する実績があります。サムスンギャラクシーノート9は、これまでに見た中で最も賢明な改訂版の一つであり、それをすべて望む消費者にとって大きな価値があります。


Galaxy Note 9

これはSamsung Galaxy Note 9の完全なレビューです。


サムスンギャラクシーノート9のレビューノート:私は12日間、米国のProject FiネットワークにSamsung Galaxy Note 9を使用しています。当社のSamsung Galaxy Note 9は、2018年7月1日のセキュリティパッチでAndroid 8.1 OreoとSamsung Experienceバージョン9.5を実行しています。レビューのスコアを追加することを控え、完全な一連のテストを通してデバイスを置くことができます。


このレビューで使用されたSamsung Galaxy Note 9は、SamsungによってAndroid Authorityに提供されました。


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審美的に、サムスン銀河ノート9はノート8と非常に似ています。未熟な目は多分違いは気付かないでしょうが、小さな調整はノート9の機能を助け、毎日の使用中のノート8よりもはるかに良く感じます。


ノート9の側面はノート8よりもはるかに平らであり、ケースなしで持ちやすい。私は決して銀河線の丸い縁の巨大なファンではなかったので、これは私にとっては歓迎すべき変化です。金属が丸みを帯びたガラスと出会うわずかな面取りが、より平坦なエッジに付随して、電話機が非常にぎくしゃくしているように感じさせます。私は写真を撮っている間に装置が落ちた後に、金属の中にふさわしい大きさの凹みが2つありました(それはテーブルの上に立たれて鳴り響いていました)。耐久性にかかわらず、電話機を保護せずに使用する場合は、慎重に踏んでください。


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サムスンは2018年にスマートフォン業界に革命を起こす必要はありません。昨年、ギャラクシーS8ラインでやったすべての苦労を繰り返す必要があります。しかし、追加の圧力で...


このデバイスは、Note 8よりわずかに小さいベゼルを持ち、ディスプレイのサイズを6.3インチから6.4インチに増加しました。これは、ディスプレイ領域全体を満たすために一部のアプリのサイズを変更する必要があることを意味しますが、実際には約0.1インチの不動産を追加するだけです。それにもかかわらず、SamsungがGalaxy S9 PlusのGalaxy SシリーズとGalaxy Noteシリーズの間のラインをぼやけさせたため、サムスンが測定可能な量だけスクリーンを突き上げるのを見てうれしい。これらの小さなベゼルは、携帯電話をもう少し現代的に見せかけるものであり、サムスンは再び製品のノッチデザインを避けることを選択した。


電話の背面には、小さなカメラバイザー、2つ目のデュアルアパーチャレンズ、およびカメラバイザーの下に移動された指紋リーダーの3つの異なる変化があります。


わずかに小さいベゼルのように、コンパクトなカメラバイザーは電話機のプレミアムをさらに高めます。これは、ノート9の比較的ボックスのようなデザインに意図的に加えられて、その存在を大声で宣言するのではなく、デバイスの美しさに溶け込んでいるように感じる。また、昨年よりも中心にあり、以前のノートよりもやや統一されたデザインになっています。


今年は指紋リーダーの方がはるかに良く見えます。ノート8の指紋リーダーの位置は、カメラバイザーのすぐ右にあるため、ユーザーが偶然にカメラのレンズに指を載せてしまいました。カメラバイザーの下に移動させて90度回転させると、携帯電話のロックをはるかに簡単にすることができます。しかし、私はセンサがちょっと大きかったと思っていました。センサが指の一部分を読み取るだけなので、偽のネガをたくさん記録しました。


デバイスの右側には、電源ボタンがありますが、私の意見ではちょっと高すぎます。私は、このボタンをデバイスの側面の中央に置いて見たいと思っていました。なぜなら、私はそれを押すために手を動かさなければならないからです。この配置は、指紋センサーが有効になっている場合は問題ではありませんが、使用が終了したらデバイスをロックするのは難しいかもしれません。


これまでのAndroid搭載端末の中で最高の画面です。


電話機の左側にはボリュームロッカーがあり、そのすぐ下に専用のBixbyボタンがあります。私は本当に、このボタンがGoogle Assistantのようなものに再適用可能であったと思っていますが、いずれの方法でも、その位置付けが頻繁に起こることはありません。私は間違ってスクリーンショットを撮ろうとしている間にそれを何度も押したことがありますが、そうでなければどこに置いたのかわかりません。基本的にGoogle AssistantのボタンLと同じ場所にあります

  
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2018年08月15日

Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Release Date, Specs

Normally when we do roundups like this ahead of a new smartphone launch, we include something along the lines of “everything we think we know” in the title. In the case of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9, however, we know practically everything there is to know… to a certainty. It would take 10 hands to count all of the times information has leaked from reliable sources with great track records. On top of that, Samsung itself has accidentally leaked a ton of information about the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. In fact, the company even went as far as to mistakenly publish the Note 9’s introduction video on YouTube. In doing so, Samsung confirmed just about all of the leaks we’ve seen so far.


So no, this article is not a roundup of everything we think we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. It’s a roundup of everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.


First and foremost let’s discuss the one important detail we don’t know, and that’s the new flagship phablet’s price in the United States. We’ve seen a ton of pricing leaks for other markets, but nothing specifically for the US. Thanks to a leak from just yesterday, however, we can say with quite a bit of confidence that we have a good idea of how much the phone will cost in the US. Last year, the Galaxy Note 8 launched at £869 in the UK and $950 in the US. This year, we now know that the model Note 9 with 128GB of storage will cost £899 in the UK when it’s released later this month. With that in mind, we can expect the Galaxy Note 9 with 128GB to cost just under $1,000 if it’s released here in the US, though Samsung might decide to only offer the 64GB model and the high-end 512GB model here. How much will the 512GB version cost? Well, it’s going to cost a whopping £1,099 in the UK, so let’s not even go there.


Now, let’s talk about what we do know.


Like Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ from earlier this year, the Galaxy Note 9 will essentially be an “S” upgrade. Remember how Apple used to release brand new iPhone models every other year, and in between we would get “S” models with the same design and upgraded specs? Yup, the Galaxy Note 9 is basically a Galaxy Note 8s. Here’s a look at the design:



Image Source: Roland Quandt, Twitter


As you can plainly see, the Galaxy Note 9 looks almost exactly like the Galaxy Note 8. We showed the back of the phone here because the two models are practically indistinguishable from the front. On the back, at least you can see that the fingerprint sensor has been moved from next to the camera on the Note 8 to beneath the camera on the Note 9.


Where specs are concerned, we’re basically looking at a Galaxy S9+ in a slightly different housing that’s still IP68 dust and water-resistant. The Galaxy Note 9 will feature a beautiful 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with 1440 x 2960 resolution. The version for the US and China will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset while the rest of the world gets Samsung’s Exynos 9810 processor. Leaked benchmarks suggest that Samsung has made additional optimizations since it released the Galaxy S9, and the Note 9 is actually a bit more powerful despite having the same chips and the same 6GB of RAM.


Dual 12-megapixel cameras will be found on the back of the Galaxy Note 9, just like the S9+. Well-known leaker Ice Universe says that Samsung has made software upgrades that will further improve image quality on the Note 9 compared to the S9+. Around front, the Note 9 will also have the same 8-megapixel selfie camera we saw on the Galaxy S9 and S9+.


Apart from the new color options — Black, Silver, Lilac Purple, Brown, and Coral Blue, though it’s unclear which colors will be available in the US — there are two main areas where the Galaxy Note 9 is actually a big upgrade from the Note 8. The first isn’t exactly sexy, but it is a huge deal: the Galaxy Note 9 will have a massive 4,000 mAh battery. That’s right — despite being about the same overall size and thickness of the Galaxy Note 8, which has a 3,300 mAh battery, the Note 9 gets an extra 700 mAh. Coupled with more efficient chips, the Galaxy Note 9 should handily outlast last year’s Note flagship.


The other big upgrade on the Galaxy Note 9 is the new S Pen. 2018 marks the first year that Samsung’s S Pen stylus will have built-in Bluetooth, which opens up a whole new world of possibilities. Here are just a few of the capabilities that xda-developers found hidden in the firmware from Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4 tablet that was just launched:


Control music with the S Pen. This will probably allow you to control music like you can with earbuds by pressing the play/pause button. The S Pen button will probably let you play and pause music while also allowing you to skip music tracks.


Use the S Pen as a remote camera shutter. This could be useful in situations where you want to take a picture of yourself and prop up your phone.


You will be able to remotely unlock your phone if the S Pen was removed from the phone and then the phone locks.


You will be able to press the S Pen button to do more in a range of apps. We don’t know about what other integrations with apps the S Pen will have, though, as the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 hasn’t launched.


Press and hold the Pen button to open any app or S Pen feature.


Set up single and double press Pen actions.


Bluetooth connectivity obviously means that the Galaxy Note 9’s S Pen has a battery, so what will battery life be like? Don’t worry, a leak from a source with a proven track record revealed all the little secret details surrounding the Galaxy Note 9, so we now know that docking the S Pen stylus for just 40 seconds will charge it enough for 30 minutes of use. Ahh, the beauty of Bluetooth Low Energy technology.


Beyond that, you can expect all the same bells and whistles we’ve seen on the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9 to be present and accounted for on the new Galaxy Note 9. That of course includes things like an iris scanner, Samsung DeX support (though you won’t need a dock anymore), fast battery charging, Bixby, Samsung Knox security features, and so on.


Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 will be officially announced on Thursday, August 9th, during an Unpacked press conference in New York City. Preorders are expected to open soon after the event, and the Note 9 will be released on Friday, August 24th.

  


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2018年08月08日

Samsung Galaxy S7 Vulnerable to Hacking

Samsung's Galaxy S7 smartphones contain a microchip security flaw, uncovered earlier this year, that put tens of millions of devices at risk to hackers looking to spy on their users, researchers told Reuters.


The Galaxy S7 and other smartphones made by Samsung Electronics were previously thought to be immune to a security vulnerability known as Meltdown, which researchers said affected most of the world's PCs, smartphones and other computing devices.


Researchers from Austria's Graz Technical University told Reuters they have figured out a way to exploit the Meltdown vulnerability to attack Galaxy S7 handsets.


The team plans to release their findings on Wednesday at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas. They are looking into Meltdown's impact on other makes and models of smartphones and expect to uncover more vulnerable devices in the near future, researcher Michael Schwarz told Reuters.


"There are potentially even more phones affected that we don't know about yet," he said. "There are potentially hundreds of million of phones out there that are affected by Meltdown and may not be patched because the vendors themselves do not know."


Samsung said it created a patch to protect Galaxy S7 handsets against Meltdown that it began pushing out to affected users last month.


"Samsung takes security very seriously and our products and services are designed with security as a priority," the company said in a statement.


A Samsung spokeswoman declined to say how many Galaxy S7s were vulnerable to Meltdown attacks.


She said there were no reported cases where Meltdown had been exploited to attack an S7 handset and that no other Samsung phones were known to be vulnerable.


Meltdown, and a second vulnerability known as Spectre, can be exploited to reveal the contents of a computer device's central processing unit - designed to be a secure inner sanctum. Hackers can exploit those vulnerabilities by either bypassing hardware barriers or tricking applications into giving up secret information such as passwords or banking details.


There are no known cases of hackers exploiting either vulnerability in a real-world attack, but disclosure of the widespread hardware flaws has rocked the computer industry, forcing chipmakers and device manufacturers to scramble to contain the fallout.


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2018年08月07日

Nokia 6.1 (2018) hand on review

The Nokia 6.1 is part of the second wave of the new Nokia smartphones, and it's time for the resurgent brand to prove that it can offer more than just a single-hit of nostalgia.


The original Nokia 6 got a strong 4-star review with some caveats - notably the slow charging and average hardware. When the Nokia 6.1 was announced, there was a lot of excitement among Android purists about the updated design, upgraded chipset and addition of fast charging. The price has had a little bump too.


Before we get into whether it’s worth the extra spend, it’s worth mentioning that there’s some confusion around the name of this phone. The company itself calls it ‘the new Nokia 6’ in some places, and ‘Nokia 6.1’ in others, including on the box.


We’ll be using both in this review, but it’s useful to know because the Nokia 6 (2017) is still out there, and you’ll want to double check you’re buying the newer handset before you pull the trigger.


Nokia 6.1 (2018) price and availability


The new Nokia 6.1 price is $269 (£229, RS 16,999 about AU$420), which is slightly more than the launch price of its predecessor ($229, £200, AU$399).


It's available from retailers in the US, UK and India and will be coming to Australia in more regions soon.


Design and display


In true Nokia style, the Nokia 6.1 is built like a tank. The 148.8 x 75.8 x 8.6mm (including camera bump) unibody is made from 6000-series aluminum with flat diamond-cut sides, rounded corners and a highlight color on the outlines.


Our review model is the Black/Copper colorway, which is an innovative way to make yet another black rectangle look different - and classier - than its competition.


There’s also a gorgeous deep blue option with gold accents, and White/Iron, which is a pale silver with metallic reddish accents rather than the deep grey you might expect from the name - presumably we’re talking about oxidized iron, aka rust.



Between the all-metal body and the thickness of the handset, this is a weighty piece of tech at 172g and feels reassuringly like it could handle modern life without being cosseted in a case.


That said, after a couple of weeks of use and several drops, we have noticed a few small dings in the edges, so you might want to case it up anyway if you’re a perfectionist about that kind of thing.


Speaking of drops, the Gorilla Glass 3-covered screen is also built to last, sustaining no damage from our butter-finger tendencies (note: not a guarantee).


However, with its incredibly glossy, slightly rounded design, it does make the phone liable to fall straight off your desk if you put it face-down. Face-up it’s fine and has plenty of grip, but if you’re one of those people who flips your phone over for meetings, it might be better off in a pocket.


It’ll have to be a big pocket, though: the 5.5-inch screen and relative thickness at 8.6mm means this isn’t one of the sleeker phones on the market.


That means it’s not the comfiest to hold in your hand, either: smaller-pawed humans might well find it uncomfortable for long stretches, and it’s ridiculously easy to entirely muffle the solo downward-firing speaker on the bottom left with the heel of your hand.


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