The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has brought changes to a great number of companies all over the world. Among them is the company founded by Steve Jobs, where the usual date for product launches will probably be modified.
The apple company generally introduces its new cell phones in early September, but due to delays in production caused by the coronavirus, this year could be different. This year's iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models are estimated to arrive later than usual.
Fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless iPhone models could be released sometime in October or even later in November, according to rumors from Chinese companies working with Apple in crafting these devices.
3 easy ways to make your phone last longer before you replace it
As time goes by, your phone will inevitably start to fail and the time will come when you feel like you need to replace it. However, there are a few things you can do to extend its life.
Here are three tips to help you avoid spending on a new phone before you really need to:
1 – Delete apps
Phones have a limited amount of storage and memory, so it's important to keep the number of apps used to a minimum. It is recommended that you routinely remove unused applications to save storage space on your phone.
2 – Do not overcharge or overheat the battery
You must take several precautions not to decrease its useful life. For example, if you let the phone zero in on the battery, it could damage it over time.
Your phone will also last longer if you avoid placing your device in situations where the battery could overheat, such as leaving it in direct sunlight.
3 – Keep the screen and ports clean
Occasionally, take a few minutes to clean any lint or debris from the charging port, microphone area, speaker grille, and headphone jack. As for the screen, you can clean it with disinfecting wipes.