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  1. It is quite normal for anyone buying a new phone, or to be precise, a new iPhone, to expect a slight bump in battery life when compared to the previous offering. The new iPhone XS and XS Max have a 2658mAh and 3174mAh battery respectively and are powered by Apple's latest A12 Bionic processor. But according to a test run by Tom's Guide, the new iPhones have fared worse than last year's iPhone X. The test involved using the two phones continuously over a 4G LTE connection until they completely dried out. Both the phone's display was set at 150 nits and auto-brightness and TrueTone were also disabled. © iFixit The iPhone XS was able to last 9 hours and 41 minutes during the test, whereas the iPhone XS Max lasted 10 hours and 38 minutes. In comparison, the iPhone X lasted 10 hours and 49 minutes. And while we are comparing iPhones, the Android world is quite ahead. The Samsung Galaxy Note9 has a 4000mAh battery and delivered a runtime of 11 hours 26 minutes, the Google Pixel 2XL lasted 12 hours and 9 minutes while the Huawei P20 Pro lasted 14 hours and 13 minutes. © iFixit While the endurance test followed here can be marked as "circumstantial", Apple says that the usage of the phone varies from person to person and the company claims the iPhone XS can last up to 12 hours during internet use, while the iPhone XS Max lasts up to 13 hours. A recent teardown of the new iPhone XS and XS Max revealed that Apple has redesigned the battery, and the XS now has a single-cell L-shaped battery - instead of a 2-cell battery in the original iPhone X. The iPhone XS Max continues with a dual-cell arrangement. © Apple According to Apple's tests, the iPhone XR offers the longest battery life of this year's iPhone lineup and improves upon the iPhone 8 Plus by up to 90 minutes. It's got less capacity than the XS Max but has to power a much smaller low-resolution LCD panel. Are you fine with paying more, as well as receiving a lower battery run time? Let us know in the comments section! Source: Tom's Guide
  2. Unlike any country in the world, the population in India is a somewhat balanced mix of different kind of people. There are some who are privileged enough and can enjoy a weekend getaway whenever they feel like it and indulge in luxuries, while there are some who make the most of it with jugaad. We Indians are the synonym of 'jugaadu', as we simply have a way to fix every problem. And recently, business tycoon Anand Mahindra took to his Twitter sharing the glimpse of this fact. He shared a video where a man can be seen under a shower. Wonder what's so great about it? Read on. The man constructed the shower using a water bottle with multiple holes at the bottom, quite similar to that of a showerhead. He wrote, “And as some of us look forward to a comfortable Sunday shower, let's salute the ingenuity of others; Let's salute those who enhance the quality of their lives in a frugal manner by recycling objects the rest of the world discards.” And as some of us look forward to a comfortable Sunday shower, let's salute the ingenuity of others; Let's salute those who enhance the quality of their lives in a frugal manner by recycling objects the rest of the world discards.. pic.twitter.com/s5bFgXjTch — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) September 9, 2018 What followed later was a string of pictures shared by users, depicting how Indians across the country have done something or the other to make the best out of a not-so-best situation. We have no dearth of such innovative ideas in India.. here's an unthinkable use case of a two wheeler for you sir.. pic.twitter.com/DyqGgqD502 — Aswin Bhupalam (@aswinbh) September 9, 2018 Necessity is the mother of invention or innovation. Other examples doing the rounds. pic.twitter.com/fu6MrLQufE — Dilip Kumar Gandhi (@Doc_BeTheChange) September 9, 2018 pic.twitter.com/LmhGYKKwWb — Balraj Singh Solanki (@SolankiBalraj) September 9, 2018 An equally ingenious application I encountered :) pic.twitter.com/4X1GdmLIYl — Sameer Nagpal (@sameernagpal) September 9, 2018 à¤à¤¤à¤¨à¥ à¤à¤®à¤¾à¤² à¤à¥ à¤à¤à¤à¤¿à¤¨à¤¿à¤à¤° सिरà¥à¤« à¤à¤° सिरà¥à¤« भारत मॠहॠमिलà¥à¤à¤à¥à¥¤ pic.twitter.com/bNcwiYzKlH — Balraj Singh Solanki (@SolankiBalraj) September 9, 2018 pic.twitter.com/h7deCseg7w — GeethV (@v_geeth) September 10, 2018 Reminds me of the innovative floating supports used by these kids to swim pic.twitter.com/ufAy5DDEFV — Nupur Gupta (@Nupur_G) September 9, 2018 Another innovative guy at home :) Rightly said "Necessity is the mother of Invention" !!@virendersehwag @sardesairajdeep #HowToEatNoodles pic.twitter.com/nBVjfscFdQ — Manish (@m_darak) September 10, 2018 Sir, this piece of #jugaadinnovation (rain protector for switches), has been invented by an indi-genius person (somewhere in Puri). pic.twitter.com/JPdEvhP3Zi — Ansuman Rath ð®ð³ (@_AnsumanRath) September 9, 2018 While it does make us appreciate their effort in trying to make the best of a situation, it also makes us think about how privileged we are. These tweets do encourage their innovation, but it also puts us in a fix and makes us wonder when will the standard of living in India improve? For how long people will have to keep making jugaads?
  3. The September 12 Apple event is just around the corner and the internet is filled with numerous leaks and reports. This time, Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones, one of them will be the 'iPhone XC'. This time, the company is trying to target three iPhones, each at a different price segment. SlashLeaks has shared images of the reported iPhone XC and it is expected to launch in Red, Blue, White, and Rose Gold. The blue colour will be making a comeback straight after 2103's iPhone 5C. The other two devices, the iPhone XS and XS Max are expected to launch in the usual three colours. © SlashLeaks Coming back to the iPhone XC, the device shall sport a 6.1-inch LCD display, a huge jump from the iPhone 8' 4.7-inch and iPhone 8 Plus' 5.5-inches. In the last few years, we've seen a majority of the Android devices sport a 5.0-inch or larger panel, and this has pretty much become a standard for flagships now. The most interesting thing about the iPhone XC though is the support for two SIM cards (or dual SIM as we generally call it). Adding to that, it is expected to support dual 4G support, meaning you can use two 4G connections simultaneously. This is a very basic functionality that has become pretty common in the Android world, finally, iPhone users too will have it. iPhone Xc (6.1” LCD) clones/dummy models in new colors. pic.twitter.com/RybRhE7XSO — Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) September 6, 2018 Analyst Ming-Ching Kuo, known for pretty accurate predictions regarding Apple devices, had even predicted that the bigger iPhone XS Max will come with dual-SIM support too. The phones will be made available in single-SIM and dual-SIM variants, depending on market and region. © SlashLeaks The iPhone XC is being termed the 'cheaper' iPhone variant right now, though, in the Apple ecosystem, cheap isn't really that cheap. To cut corners, the phone is expected to have an aluminium build, instead of steel. On the bright side, all the three models are expected to sport a notch along with Apple's Face ID authentication system. A quick recap of what we know so far, the trio is sure to run on Apple's latest A12 processor. The iPhone XC is alleged to have a 6.1-inch LCD panel, the iPhone XS is expected to have a 5.8-inch OLED panel, and lastly, the XS Max may have a 6.5-inch OLED panel. Source: Ben Geskin
  4. Arguably one of the most popular and consistent batsmen in the world, Virat Kohli's artistry with the willow was once again in full display as he orchestrated India's emphatic 203-run win over England at Trent Bridge which saw his side make a resounding comeback in the five-match Test series. The right-hander slammed a gritty 97 in the first innings and followed it up with a brilliant hundred in the second. Having scored 200 runs over the course of two innings, Kohli undeniably led from the front for India and was, thereon, rightly adjudged the 'Man of the Match' in the 3rd Test. © Reuters Thanks to his Herculean effort, Kohli moved back to the No. 1 spot of ICC Test Rankings for batsmen, dethroning Australia's Steve Smith in the process. Two weeks ago, the Indian skipper - owing to a hard-fought 149 in a losing cause at Edgbaston - had claimed the numero uno spot for the first time in his Test career. But, the mediocre scores of 23 and 17 in India's debacle at Lord's saw him losing the top spot to Smith. However, a fine showing at Trent Bridge proved good enough for Kohli to take his No. 1 spot back from the Australian. The delhi lad has now amassed a career-best 937 rating points and he's only one point shy of breaking into the list of top 10 batsmen in Test rankings history. Sir Donald Bradman is currently leading the elite list, having achieved a rating of 961 points in February, 1948. He is followed by Smith (947), Len Hutton (945), Jack Hobbs and Ricky Ponting (both on 942), Peter May (941), and Gary Sobers, Clyde Walcott, Viv Richards and Kumar Sangakkara (all on 938 points) in the list. © Reuters While it might take Kohli some time to overtake Bradman in that list, but the Indian skipper has already gone past the great Australian in another feat. In another personal triumph at Trent Bridge, Kohli has become the first captain to score 200 or more runs in a winning cause on seven different occasions - better than Bradman and Ponting who had achieved the feat six times apiece. After making a sensational comeback in the series, India will hope that Kohli and his teammates carry their fine form to Southampton where they'll lock horns with England in the fourth Test, slated to begin from 30th August at the Rose Bowl Cricket ground.
  5. When all of Bollywood is trying to win at style, Ayushmann Khurrana sits in the comfort of his bed, with the trophy by his bed side. His sartorial decisions have a league of their own, all thanks to a knack for picking dope pieces every day, cc: his stylist Isha Bhansali. His willingness to try new things, experiment like he's talking and bringing his A-game onto the forefront, have been his life-constants for a while. And while we're citing this fact about him, let's also mention, that he's one of the front-runners of wearing apparel-hybrids in public. Once again, at a recent press conference, the actor gave a splendid example of his fly-ness at fashion. While topping a knit over a crispy white, layering it up with a Pawan Sachdeva jacket, black bottoms and a pair of FILA Disruptor shoes; the guy pulled out all stops with his ensemble here. The highlight for us, however, were his lug-soled white sneakers: © Instagram/Ayushmann Khurrana For #1, it's hard to ignore, that the shape of the shoe is a FILA-classic. As a matter of fact, the Disruptor style is also a represent of a 90s revival, all while being supremely comfortable and light on the feet. It features a moulded rubberised outsole, an embossed/embroidered logo and a unique eyebrow detailing on the sides. © FILA India The pair is completely manufactured out of a synthetic leather upper, textile lining and well, let's just say — looks like quite the winner for channeling some dope street style. It won't be weird to mention, that the pair is another symbol of the trend of clunky, gigantic kicks, that's been taking the sneaker-world by storm nowadays. © Instagram/Ayushmann Khurrana Having said that, fortunately, the FILA Disruptors aren't the most expensive out there either. Easily available at VegNonVeg and Superkicks, they retail at a price of Rs. 6,999 (which is honestly, quite a steal). If you're looking to drop your cash on a versatile pair, that also scores high on the charts, let's call this an end to your search.
  6. Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui. Photo: FileRAWALPINDI: Islamabad High Court's (IHC) Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui on Saturday stated that the judiciary is 50 per cent responsible for the current situation of the country.?The court is 50 per cent...
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