Apple has warned about sleeping next to iPhones while charging, advising common sense and keeping devices well-ventilated. It also advises against using third-party chargers and damaged wires. Apple has improved its ‘Apple Podcasts’ app and audio streaming service, allowing creators to measure subscriptions and user behavior.
People have been discouraged from sleeping next to their iPhones while they are charging, according to a warning from Apple. The company has warned that this can lead to potential harm.
The business advises consumers to use common sense and stay away from circumstances where the skin comes into touch with the gadget or charger in order to reduce these hazards. The warning specifically warns against sleeping on or putting anything powered up below blankets, pillows, or the body, including wireless chargers. Users are advised to keep wireless chargers, power adapters, and iPhones well-ventilated when charging or using them.
Apple also issues a warning to customers who may have medical problems that make it difficult for them to detect body heat. Avoid using third-party chargers that might not offer the correct voltage safely for charging iPhones, according to the caution. Damaged wires are also avoided since they might provide dangers when being charged.
The warning contains instructions like not connecting or disconnecting a power adapter with damp hands and not utilizing power adapters in moist settings.
Apple has added improved functionality to its ‘Apple Podcasts’ media player app and audio streaming service in other upgrades. This includes the data on subscriptions offered by Apple Podcasts Connect. Now, creators may measure free trial starts, paid subscriptions, conversion rates from free to paid, and expected subscription revenue in addition to listening behavior with premium subscriptions.
The firm wants to give its users the best possible experience while also giving developers of subscription-based content insightful data.
Apple has issued a warning to people not to sleep next to their iPhones while charging, as it can lead to potential harm. The company advises users to use common sense and avoid touching the gadget or charger. It also advises keeping wireless chargers, power adapters, and iPhones well-ventilated. Customers with medical problems should avoid using third-party chargers that may not offer the correct voltage safely for charging iPhones. Damaged wires should also be avoided. The warning also includes instructions not to connect or disconnect power adapters with damp hands or use them in moist settings. Apple has also improved its ‘Apple Podcasts’ media player app and audio streaming service, including data on subscriptions offered by Apple Podcasts Connect. This allows creators to measure free trial starts, paid subscriptions, conversion rates, expected revenue, and listening behavior with premium subscriptions. The company aims to provide users with the best experience and provide developers with valuable data for subscription-based content.