Apple could be ditching its Lightning adaptor in favour of a USB-C, making old cables redundant.Apple’s forthcoming iPhone XI could ditch the Lightning port, a key feature of the iPhone since 2012 .A screengrab of the new recovery mode screen in iOS 13 – the next version of Apple’s iPhone software – appears to confirm this rumour. Rumours have been circulating for some time that Apple had plans to replace the Lightning port with a USB-C port.Apple has already moved to the USB-C cables for its iPad Pro.The change, if implemented, would render all current Apple chargers for future iPhones useless. Scroll down for video Apple moved away from its original 30-pin connector in 2012 when the lightning cable emerged with the release of the iPhone 4. Lightning cables are now on the verge of extinction (stock) WHAT IS A USB-C?The USB Type-C connector was created for use with thinner, sleeker devices, such as tablets and ultra-books.It claims to be robust enough for laptops and slim enough for smartphones.It was built on existing USB 3.1 and USB 2.0 technologies.The plug is smaller than previous connectors, and more closely resembles the size of Micro USB 2.0Crucially, it is reversible, meaning it will work whichever way it is plugged in. In the image the Lightning cable shown in iOS 12 has clearly been replaced with a USB-C cable.The iOS 13 download isn’t out properly just yet – it’ll release with the new iPhone in September – but fans can access an early ‘Beta’ version of it via Apple’s website.According to the screenshot, posted on Twitter by Raphael Mouton, the familiar Lightning cable and iTunes icon that appeared on the iPhone screen in previous iOS versions isn’t there anymore.It has now been replaced with the image of a laptop and what appears to be a USB-C cable In earlier versions of the operating system, the cable could be seen pointing to the iTunes logo during a restore from a computer. This has been tweaked to show a generic silhouette of a laptop, likely because syncing with a computer will be handled in the Finder, now that iTunes will be split into Music, Podcasts and Books. USB-C is the universal standard connector for many laptops and Android phones and is currently used by the Samsung Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 2, and OnePlus 6. The latest iPad Pro also has this new socket and Apple already sells a Lightning port to USB-C charging cable.Apple chargers sell for roughly £20 ($25) for an official cable and replica versions are also available for far less. Rumours have been circulating for some time that Apple had plans to replace the Lightning port with a USB-C port. Apple has already moved to the USB-C cables for its iPad Pro. It was spotted by an eagle-eyed Twitter user According to the screenshot, posted on Twitter by Raphael Mouton, the familiar Lightning cable and iTunes icon that appeared on the iPhone screen in previous iOS versions isn’t there anymore. Here, Apple charges £19 for USB-C cables on its websiteUSB-C was launche
In this video we learn about the working of bike charger how it works and charge the battery
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The life of refrigerator water filters is dependent upon the volume of contaminants in the water as well as the amount of use of the filter. Well water is more likely to contain contaminants not found in publicly treated water and may need more frequent filter changes. As a rule of thumb, the filter should be changed as specified by the manufacturer or at least every six months.
Carbon is the primary substance used in water filtration methods because carbon has the potential to absorb many of the chemicals found in water. Most refrigerator water filters, which meet NSF / ANSI 42 certification standards, use granular activated carbon (GAC) to attract chemicals and impurities responsible for bad taste and odor, such as those that are a by-product of chlorine. These filters are not capable, however, to rid water of more dangerous, health-threatening contaminants. The method by which water is channeled through GAC filters does not allow sufficient time to complete the absorption of such substances. Various bacteria are formed, trapped and allowed to multiply, which further contaminates water processed by the filters. Carbon is not capable to absorb heavy metals, such as lead. GAC filters may trap some heavy metals and sediments, but allow others to filter through to the output water. Failure to change the water filter, every six months, allows unabsorbed water contaminants and newly formed bacteria to saturate the filter, forcing the filter to leak contaminants back into processed water. The water output may contain more contaminants than the filter was intended to remove in the first place.
Technology has lead to the development of more absorbent carbon-based filters, solid carbon block filters. These filters include solid blocks of carbon to absorb contaminants from water. Water takes longer to strain through carbon blocks than it does carbon granules, so that carbon blocks provide sufficient time for the absorption of more health-reducing containments. While carbon block filters are capable to absorb toxins, pesticides, TTHM's and other contaminants, they can not absorb heavy metals or contaminants that are by-products of agricultural fertilization, such as nitrates or sulfides. The composition of carbon blocks allows them to restrain heavy metals and bacteria away from output water, however, nitrates and sulfides are not filtered. Even so, carbon block filters are sufficient to meet NSF / ANSI 53 certification standards. Failure to change carbon block filters, every six months, allows contaminants to saturate the filter, forcing the filter to leak contaminants into the processed water. When sediments are not removed from water, those sediments buildup and corrode filter fittings and water fixtures, causing them to leak. This type of damage to filters and fixtures may cause the output water to contain more contaminants than the water input to the filter. Failure to change the filters may also reduce the water pressure, within the filtering system, forcing it to be ineffective.
Some refrigerator water filters may include fiber water filters. These filters are made of tightly wrapped fibers of rayon or spun cellulose, which trap rust, lead and other sediments found in water. When used alone, these filters are ineffective in reducing any chemical or health-reducing contaminants. Fiber filters are best suited for use with other types of filters to reduce the concentration of sediments. They should be replaced, every six months, to avoid a build-up of sediments that would force the filter to leak the contaminants back into the processed water.
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If you own a keychain size mini light swiss army knife by Victorinox, at some point your battery for the mini light feature will eventually run out. By “mini light”, I mean a pocketknife that is 58 mm (about 2 1/4 inches) long when closed. It is simple to change and will allow you to enjoy your lighted swiss army knife and all its functions for years to come.
Battery changing steps:
- Hold the mini light knife in your left hand with the red/white cross and shield logo facing up.
- On the right side of the top scale you should see a small hole – it is on the side so you’ll have to slightly rotate the knife in your hand to see it. It is towards the lower end of the scale on the right.
- Take a paperclip and bend it so you can use it to poke into this hole.
- Carefully poke into this hole and push out the old battery.
- The old battery and a little plastic piece the same color as the knife scale will drop into your hand. Be careful not to lose that little plastic piece!
- Insert a new battery with the positive side facing up.
- Put the little plastic piece back into the side of the knife to hide/cover the battery you just put in.
The Victorinox Swiss Army Brands part number for the battery you need is 22068. The battery is a Panasonic CR 1025, 3V. Your new battery should be good for approximately 2 to 2 1/2 years under normal operation of your swiss lite knife. Your handy little swisslite should be as good as new.