Anonymous, 08 Feb 2018This is capitalism.Without it phone will be indestructible and no need to be upgraded ever again if it never broken or obsolete. Progress will slow. Sales will drop super low. No one need a phone anymore, right. No demand, no production, no sales. All the world tech companies went bankrupt. Our world scientific progress completely stopped. Who need tech company anymore. They are no longer needed. We dont need new phone as you all said. No need new laptop, tv, other appliances. The one we have is good enough to be use forever if it can last for eternity and never becoming obsolete. Dystopia...such a wonderful world isnt it? A world without progress. Just saying.
xD, 07 Feb 2018Bigger battery or bigger capacity? xDpls refer to which comment i replied previously, then you wont ask the question XD
AnonD-508218, 07 Feb 2018If overworked my iPhone 8 does shut down. Honestly IÂ’m ok with that. Rather my phone shut its... morepls refer to which comment i replied previously, then you wont ask the question XD
Anonymous, 07 Feb 2018Damn, blocked as markup. "virtually every company"You can't even respond correctly the first time, my point stands.
Just manage this hardware in 2017?
OS is the best, hardware is always behind
3D Memorys, 07 Feb 2018Why Apple don't adopt Qnovo? It is a great solution before the advance battery technology coming. You do realize that crapple wants to squeeze out as much $$$$$$$$$ every year by killing older phones with updates.
AnonD-234961, 07 Feb 2018Translation: the iPhone 8 and X do not have the critical hardware flaw that causes the previou... moreCan't agree more, Apple treats this situations as any phone with bad battery suppose to shutdown, never had such nonsense in my life with any android device, even 6 year old overclocked Xperia play never shutdown on full stress
So they built the throttling in the hardware so ppl wont be able to complain its a software obsolessence lol poor isheep.
The only salvation way it is:
Upgradable Smart phones base on what we've seen (before since) in PC
LG superfan, 07 Feb 2018Qnovo will extend lifespan of battery means no more unexpected shutdowns and no more reduced p... moreSaturated market where everyone already own a phone that is perfect and never deteriorate. A peaceful world indeed. But a nightmare for phone company that cannot sell any phone anymore if no one need new phone ever again. So, they make low quality product that goes obsolete in 2 years or broken easily. This way they can continue their business and sell things to us and people will keep buying.
3D Memorys, 07 Feb 2018Why Apple don't adopt Qnovo? It is a great solution before the advance battery technology coming. Qnovo will extend lifespan of battery means no more unexpected shutdowns and no more reduced performance and no more buying new iphone frequently means less revenue for apple
If overworked my iPhone 8 does shut down. Honestly IÂ’m ok with that. Rather my phone shut itself off than to really damage itself trying to stay on.
Ryan, 07 Feb 2018Are you sure new iphone have bigger battery?Bigger battery or bigger capacity? xD
AnonD-349743, 07 Feb 2018Just a daily reminder that Apple gives a toss about their loyal fans, to the point where if we... moreJust a daily reminder that gives a toss about their loyal fans, only existing to extract as much profit from them as believed possible.
Anonymous, 07 Feb 2018You need to chill guys. The hardware update they are talking about is most likely the reduced ... moreGoing from 20nm to 16nm did not help them anything either on this problem. Also, while 10nm may reduce power consumption, it may instead of doing that, offer more performance at similar powerlevels (guess which option Apple opted for).
Next to that, Apple's A11 SoC has the option of using all cores at once, unlike previous SoCs, meaning it can pull even more power technically.
Time will tell what will really happen and how much Apple's words hold true.
LG superfan, 07 Feb 2018YesWhy Apple don't adopt Qnovo? It is a great solution before the advance battery technology coming.