As technology prices increase, so does the cost of repair. The more advanced our technology becomes the more expensive it is to fix when damaged, and certain factors make the repair process even more difficult. For example, you purchase a brand new laptop, tablet or phone, and spend just over a thousand dollars. A few years later the battery starts running out faster and faster, and soon you can’t even use it without a power cord. Perhaps you spilled something and now there’s water damage. The point is you need the device fixed, so you take it back to the manufacturer only to spend another thousand dollars (or close to it) just for a repair. This has become a problem in all areas of technology, but a growing movement is pushing back against companies that prevent customers from going anywhere other than the manufacturer for repairs.
The continuing emergence of the Internet of Things puts new burdens on the ITAD industry as the scope and range of electronic devices connecting to the internet creates new disposal requirements for devices traditionally thrown away. Certain common devices may immediately come to mind, but the IoT extends beyond cell phones, computers and tablets. What many people don’t realize is the range of devices included in the IoT that use WiFi to process information.
The 2021 Apple Keynote aired yesterday, with a list of new product announcements and updates to their iPad, iPad Mini, Apple Watch, as well as the latest iPhone. Apple first announced Apple TV+, which includes Apple original films, series, and documentaries.
Apple’s newest iPad contains an A13 bionic chip, enhancing speed and display, a new speaker system with stereo sound quality in landscape mode, and an improved rear camera with enhanced autofocus in low light. The new iPad supports the Center Stage and True Tones apps from the iPad Pro, as well as the first generation Apple Pencil.
The 2021 Apple Keynote showcased a range of new products including a new iPad, iPad Mini, the Watch Series 7, and four new models of the highly anticipated iPhone 13. Each product contains a range of new features such as designs, new applications, brighter displays, longer battery life, 5G, and durability. Here’s a closer look at the new iPhone 13 models. Crafted from aerospace grade aluminum and ceramic shield glass, Apple’s new iPhone 13 is the most durable iPhone yet. The iPhone 13 contains the same, sleek straight-edge design and industry leading IP68 water resistance as the iPhone 12, but is now powered by a new A15 bionic chip, which improves performance, speed, battery efficiency, and a range of other features.
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