iPhone 12 & 12 mini

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPod Touch' started by denpacs, Oct 14, 2020.

  1. King

    King PhilMUG Addict Member

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    That's normal wear and tear.

    Let's be honest though you'll be switching from that 12 for a 12s, 13 or 14 as soon as it comes out
     
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    Mike, i’ve read that iPhone 12’s screens are more susceptible to scratching than previous models...so be extra careful until you get a screen protector.
     
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    Isn't that tempered glass? I just need to protect from scratches.

    Haha! I don't think so. I don't upgrade my phone as frequently as most of you guys do. Not on my income.

    This 12 Mini came after my 6S that I got back in 2015. I'm good for another 4 years at least.


    I thought I was extra careful, but i have dropped it a few times, though not from a high place. Will make sure to be extra, extra careful until I get a protector. Thanks, cuz!
     
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    Mm....unexpectedly, the cheap 300 petot screen protector that I have is scratch proof although I do rub it hard with a piece of alcohol-laden tissue twice a day to get rid of stupid fingerprint smudges.
     
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    The new color is so targeted to members of the "Army"

    And yes, all my friends (in Singapore) has started to order one to replace their company issued iPhone 12
    (they still use Samsung BTS as personal devices)
     
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    What do you mean by "army"?

    That purple color looks cool, parang ube!! Pair it with the yellow and it will look like Ube-Cheese!
     
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    Hi, sir. That's what they call themselves as fans of the K-pop group, BTS.
     
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    I'm guessing your a Globe subscriber :D
     
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    Guess again! :cool:
     
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    i dont know if this is the right thread for this, anyway my wife just recently bought a 20w charger for her iphone 12... is it ok for my iphone 11 to charge a 20w charger and also is it ok for her iphone 12 to charge using my 18 w charger?

    will there any effect or harm to our ios device battery?
     
  13. King

    King PhilMUG Addict Member

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    The only harm to your iPhones would come from buying a knock off charger.

    USB devices & not the charger dictate how much power it will draw.

    So you can plug your iPhone into a 96W USB-C charger without harm.

    I use a multi-port charger like the black one below to save outlet space.

    Covers my MBP, iPhone, iPad and Watch. If I was any OC i'd want my powerbank to be powered as well. Just wish each port would output simultaneously 100W, 30W, 20W & 12W.

    [​IMG]
     
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