Users complain about flaws in the new iPhones

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MacRumors, which is interested in Apple news and technology, reported that some users of the new iPhone 12 phones have complained about defects in their devices.

According to the information provided by the site, “some owners of iPhone 12 phones indicated that they did not notice a big difference between the new phones and the iPhone phones that Apple launched last year, especially when taking pictures and filming videos, and they also indicated that they did not find changes in the work of the biometric supernova,” And that the sensor Face ID in the new phones works at the same speed that it was working in the iPhones that were launched last year.

Users also indicated, according to the site, “that the process of installing the new charger announced by Apple during its meeting, which is placed on the back of the new iPhones, is not that easy.”

On the other hand, an article published in the Verge newspaper pointed out that “the main defect in the new iPhone 12 Pro phones is the rapid discharge of the battery charge, especially when connected to 5G networks.” The charging rate was reduced by 18%, “which was pointed out by the experts at Engadget as well, as they mentioned that people who are accustomed to the duration of the iPhone 11” will feel a little disappointed “from the battery work indicators in the new model.

On October 13, Apple announced 4 new models of its phones, namely the iPhone 12, 12 min, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max, and it is striking that these phones were offered to users in some countries with boxes free of chargers and headphones.

These devices got the new A14 Bionic processors, which Apple said “is the most powerful processors they have developed for phones so far.”

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