Steps to turn off WhatsApp dark mode on iPhoneUnlike the Android version, the WhatsApp for iOS does not allow to change the theme settings manually. The feature works along with the system-wide dark mode feature of iOS. So if your system theme is set to dark, WhatsApp theme will automatically become dark. So, to deactivate it, all you need to do is change the iPhone theme to light, and here’s how to do it. Open Settings app on your iPhone. Now, head to Display & Brightness Under the Appearance section, choose the Light option to disable dark mode … [Read more...] about How to turn off dark mode in WhatsApp
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But why have OnePlus phones' prices steadily increased over time? Well, partly that's just been a trend in the industry over the past few years — because phones do much more these days. And when previously it was possible to slap the latest Snapdragon into a barebones plastic case and at least break even at $299, now the expectation is you'll have multiple cameras, features like fast charging, in-screen fingerprint and wireless charging, and now 5G connectivity. That's all extra on your bill of materials, even if excluding the R&D that goes into developing that stuff — especially the really hard parts like computational photography. … [Read more...] about From the Editor’s Desk: OnePlus, growing up and keeping your soul
Razer's marketing materials say you get 25 hours of battery with the Opus, which is at least five hours less than many other headphones in this category claim. And in my testing, that battery life was much closer to 21-22 hours of battery life. I found myself putting the headphones on the charger at the end of the day just to make sure I didn't have a dead battery halfway through the next day. Then again, I'm a somewhat of a more "extreme use" case in how long I'm at a desk with headphones on. It is worth pointing out the headphones still work perfectly when plugged in and charging, but it would still be better if these headphones could deliver closer to 40 hours on a charge. … [Read more...] about Razer Opus review: Fantastic sound, amazing price
Specs at a glance: 3rd generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon Entry level Top spec As reviewed SCREEN 1920×1080 TN at 14" (157 ppi), 300 nit 2560×1440 IPS at 14" (210 ppi), multitouch, 270 nit/2560×1440 IPS at 14" (210 ppi), 300 nit 2560×1440 IPS at 14" (210 ppi), multitouch, 270 nit OS Windows 8.1 64-bit CPU 2.2-2.7GHz Core i5-5200U 2.6-3.2GHz Core i7-5600U 2.6-3.2GHz Core i7-5600U RAM 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 GPU Intel HD Graphics 5500 HDD 128GB SATA SSD 512GB PCIe SSD 512GB PCIe SSD NETWORKING Dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n/ac 2x2, Bluetooth 4.0, gigabit Ethernet (requires extension cable, supplied as standard) WWAN None 4G LTE (AT&T or Verizon) None PORTS 2x USB 3.0, mini-DisplayPort, HDMI, headphone/microphone dual jack SIZE 13.03×8.92×0.70" 13.03×8.94×0.73" (multitouch)/13.03×8.93×0.71" (no touch) 13.03×8.94×0.73" WEIGHT 3.0lb 3.2lb (multitouch)/2.9lb (no touch) 3.2lb BATTERY … [Read more...] about ThinkPad X1 Carbon review: A fine heir to the ThinkPad name
Two trends are interacting in the car world right now, and I'm fascinated by the questions being raised as a result. First, people are keeping their cars longer. At the same time, new cars are more like mobile computers than the purely mechanical machines most people are familiar with—Ars boss Ken Fisher told me once that cars would be the first properly successful wearable device, and I think he's being proved right. This often results in a degree of culture shock when people used to the old way of doing things get exposed to a new car, particularly if they didn't see anything wrong with the status quo. … [Read more...] about Does too much technology make a car artificial?