iPhone's quick charging, Samsung's foldable phoneThe biggest stories in tech include info on the new iPhone's quick charging abilities, Facebook's banning of monetizing off seedy content and new rumors of Samsung's long-teased foldable smartphone.
This is cnet, and here are the stories that matter right now. One of the more overlooked features hitting the new iPhone's is quick charging. Most USB/C phones on the market today can quickly charge with the interface. And the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X will also benefit from the tech, letting users charge 50% in a half hour. There is a catch though. You're going to need to buy a separate charger and cable to pull it off. Facebook has updated it's standards and guidelines banning users from profiting off of unsavory content, these categories include content with violence, drugs, inappropriate language and more and they are notably vague which gives the company a bit of wiggle room in defining what is and what is not appropriate. The move comes in the wake of a number of stories of propaganda campaigns that have exploited Facebook's network and finally rumours are once again starting to swirl surrounding Samsung's foldable smartphone that has been teased for years. The company And he says the device could make his debut under the Galaxy Note brand as early as next year, though nothing has been confirmed. [UNKNOWN] You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the C/net tech today app in the Apple or Google Play Store.