caption The Tesla Model 3. source Hollis Johnson/Business Insider The Tesla Model 3 and the Chevy Bolt are your two main choices if you’re in the market for an all-electric vehicle with a range of at least 200 miles. The base price of the Model 3 is $35,000, while it’s $37,500 for the Bolt. There’s a $7,500 federal tax credit available for both. We found that, head-to-head, two very different cars surprisingly wound up in a dead heat. Last year, we were so impressed by the Chevy Bolt that we named it a 2017 Car of the Year runner-up. Early this year, we spent some time getting to know the hotly anticipated Tesla Model 3. We haven’t yet properly reviewed the Tesla Model 3, but we will later this year. In the meantime, we thought it might be worth it see how the two vehicles stack up against each other. Read on to find out what we thought. Let’s start with the Chevy … [Read more...] about We drove a $57,500 Tesla Model 3 and a $43,000 Chevy Bolt to see which is better — here’s the verdict
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posted on 3 days ago, 02:49 5 1. Phonehex (Posts: 458; Member since: 16 Feb 2016) Surely need a competitor to the BIG 2 . Competition is always good for the consumer. posted on 3 days ago, 03:13 5 4. piyath (Posts: 1814; Member since: 23 Mar 2012) Sure. But not like this. They are literary forcing people to look at their phones by advertising them in their faces. This is awkward and crazy. If you have a good product to sell you will not want to do embossing things like this to promote it. People will check it out and buy it if they are compelling and competitive... With all this controversies around Huawei and National security of these big countries I don't know how Huawei can do this. Either they need to localize all their data servers in each country they intend to do business in or quit being bothered at all. They cannot get a mass market by these silly tactics. posted on 3 days ago, 03:18 16 7. maherk (Posts: 5563; Member since: 10 Feb 2012) You seriously … [Read more...] about Huawei ad trucks touting the P20 appear before Apple stores in the UK
Your iPhone battery strength won’t be the only wellness levels you can track in Apple’s upcoming iOS 11.3 update. This spring, Cupertino will deliver the ability to view personal health records on the go. Patients’ medical records are typically held in multiple locations, forcing people to log into various provider websites to manually piece together their information. But what if those details were all stored right in your pocket—accessible with the click of a button (and the entry of a password, the touch of a fingerprint, or the scan of a face)? Apple’s Health Records feature debuted in beta this week, with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Cedars-Sinai, and Penn Medicine among the first participants (see a full list below). New Health Records helps patients see medical records from multiple providers (via Apple) Based on the FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) standard for transferring electronic medical records), Cupertino is … [Read more...] about Apple Gives iOS Users Access to Personal Health Records
It’s not a bad idea to keep a small battery pack in your backpack or purse at all times. You’d be surprised how often a little extra juice can save the day. But what if you have bigger needs? Laptop-scale needs? What if that 12-hour international flight doesn’t have seat outlets? What if you’re doing a lot of work on your MacBook at an outdoor venue and you have no idea if you’ll have access to a outlet? A large power pack with an AC plug, like Mophie’s new Powerstation AC, may be just what you need. Classy design The Powerstation AC has a welcoming design. It’s about the size of a small paperback book, but much heavier at about 1.66 pounds. The cloth exterior looks and feels good, and prevents visible scratches while making it easy to grip even with sweaty or dirty hands. You’ll find only three power ports: one USB-C (used to power devices and also to charge up the Powerstation AC), one USB-A, and a three-prong 110V AC plug hidden behind … [Read more...] about Mophie Powerstation AC review: Plenty of fast-charging power, but needs more USB ports
posted on 20 Jan 2018, 01:15 2 5. itsrelevant (Posts: 741; Member since: 24 Aug 2017) To put this into perspective, that is more than the past 3 years of Android OS adoption COMBINED. posted on 20 Jan 2018, 01:18 0 7. MattPerkins1 (Posts: 86; Member since: 25 Mar 2017) Exactly. The situation with Android OS is pitiful. Lack of updates and so many vulnerabilities are never fixed. It keeps getting malware all the time, I will never use such insecure OS. Android is for poor, geeks and hipsters. If you can afford iPhone but still use Android, you're crazy. posted on 20 Jan 2018, 02:08 5 14. zenun12 (Posts: 202; Member since: 31 Oct 2016) My Galaxy S4 got it's last update in August 9, 2016...and over it's years of updates, it never got throttled or slowed down,in fact, before it was updated, my phone can run faster than it could in benchmarks. posted on 20 Jan 2018, 15:23 2 53. mootu (Posts: 415; Member since: 16 Mar 2017) You would never use an insecure … [Read more...] about Comments for : Apple confirms 65% of iPhones and iPads run iOS 11, less than 30% are still on iOS 10
posted on 18 Jan 2018, 05:08 2 1. Zack_2014 (Posts: 617; Member since: 25 Mar 2014) Why does this have to happen with iPhones only? posted on 18 Jan 2018, 05:15 23 2. mootu (Posts: 342; Member since: 16 Mar 2017) It's due to Apple using cheaper smaller cells that have to be charged more often which leads to faster degradation. posted on 18 Jan 2018, 05:24 11 4. shaineql (Posts: 426; Member since: 28 Apr 2014) They have 1000 ish charge cycles , but you use those twice as fast compared to Android phones with 3000mah+ cells 5. mootu (Posts: 342; Member since: 16 Mar 2017) iPhones have no where near a rating for 1000 charge cycles, why do you think the warranty on their cells is only 1 year. 28. yann (Posts: 491; Member since: 15 Jul 2010) Very, very biased article, masked as poll. 43. deleon629 (Posts: 156; Member since: 04 Oct 2014) Reading your post shows the benefit of Tim Cook's lie: The enhanced obsolescence of their products is the reason why … [Read more...] about Comments for : Will you disable Apple’s power management if your older iPhone could shut down?
posted on 17 Jan 2018, 18:24 6 4. sissy246 (Posts: 4768; Member since: 04 Mar 2015) "While some analysts are telling clients that the 2017 iPhone models are selling well, supply chain sources have another story to tell. " posted on 17 Jan 2018, 18:41 8 6. apple-rulz (Posts: 750; Member since: 27 Dec 2016) The iPhone X was different solely for the sake of being different, and it wasn’t a good “different”. The ugly notch, the unintuitive gestures, Face ID, very expensive with no fast charging accessories included-Apple deserves egg on their face for the iPhone X. The iPhone 8’s are great phones, but getting tired looking and feeling. Apple sure does seem to be resting on their laurels, hopefully all the recent negative press they’ve been getting will be enough to jump start them. posted on 17 Jan 2018, 18:41 3 7. cmdacos (Posts: 1730; Member since: 01 Nov 2016) Well said posted on 17 Jan 2018, 20:05 6 16. makatijules (banned) … [Read more...] about Comments for : Report says slow Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus sales will lead to as much as a 30% cut in orders to suppliers
Contents > When is the iPad mini 5 release date? > What will the iPad Pro mini look like? > New features > Tech specs > How much will the iPad Pro mini/iPad mini 5 cost in the UK? > New features wishlist The iPad mini 5 is overdue. It's been well over two years since the iPad mini 4 was unveiled in September 2015; that device is still one of the best 8in tablets around, but we can't help but wonder what's next for the range. Will the iPad mini 5 arrive in 2018, and if so, will it be a major overhaul, or a damp squib like the mini 3? Could it even be an iPad Pro mini? With this in mind, we've gathered all of the iPad mini 5 rumours, hints, clues and other evidence in one place. Read on to explore the evidence to suggest that a new iPad mini is coming soon, and new features and specs to expect when (and if) it arrives. If you're looking for an iPad to buy right now, you might find our iPad buying guide useful. We've also got plenty … [Read more...] about Has Apple given up on the iPad mini, or will it launch an iPad Pro mini?
The new iMac Pro packs screaming-fast performance — and an eye-watering price. But if you’re in the market for Apple’s latest, great Mac, you can already snag a discount. Also in this week’s roundup of the best Apple deals: refurbished iPads and Bose headphones. Refurbished 9.7-inch iPad 128GB Wi-Fi tablet for $310 Want to save on a new iPad? A refurb is an easy way to do it. This 2017 9.7-inch model runs $50 less than a new device. It’s the lowest price we’ve seen for this model. The iPad comes with a 60-day warranty and features a crisp 9.7″ multi-touch Retina display, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, front 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD and rear 8-megapixel iSight cameras, built-in stereo speakers, a Touch ID sensor and iOS 10. Refurbished 12.9-inch iPad Pro 64GB Wi-Fi tablet for $550 This refurbished iPad Pro costs nearly $200 less than buying a new one. It features a new Retina display with 120Hz refresh rate and dynamic adjustment, … [Read more...] about Week’s best Apple deals: Save on the new iMac Pro and refurbished iPads!
posted on 08 Jan 2018, 17:38 21 1. darkkjedii (Posts: 26970; Member since: 05 Feb 2011) I once said Apple had good intentions with this move...I’m now starting to have second thoughts. I’m leaning towards, trying to force people to upgrade...we know how greedy Apple is. posted on 08 Jan 2018, 17:52 10 3. sgodsell (Posts: 5733; Member since: 16 Mar 2013) I couldn't agree more. Especially when problems with their SoCs (A11, A10,...) could be hidden by under clocking the SoC. I don't know if you are familiar with how CPUs and GPUs work darkkjedii, but they operate at a certain clock frequency. Some CPUs, GPUs could fail at a higher clock rates, but if they lower the clock rate then the CPU/GPU or I should say now the SoC would not reboot or fail at lower frequencies. But since iPhone users have no say on the speed these days. Users would never know. Apple could point the problem at a battery. Tell users to come in to get a replacement battery, but … [Read more...] about Comments for : French consumer fraud watchdog opens investigation into Apple “planned obsolescence”